More information has come out about what may have happened to Corey Haim when he was alive. On Nov. 22, film producer Ed Meyer told Radar that in 2008, Corey told him that Michael Jackson abused him as a kid.
“Corey said, ‘I have a problem with Michael Jackson and with Charlie Sheen," said Ed, also seemingly confirming actor Dominick Brascia's claims that Charlie harmed Corey as well. "'I was assaulted by these guys, and a few others.’ I didn’t feel it was appropriate to say, ‘Who are the other people?'”
Though Corey didn't say the word "sexual" in what he allegedly told Ed, the producer believes that was the implication. “Oh yeah, definitely,” he said. “He didn’t use the word sexual in either case. [It was just], ‘I was assaulted by these guys and a few others.’ It was also clear Sheen turned him on to drugs. That was 100 percent clear… He sounded like he was calling Charlie a pimp.”
What's more, Ed said that the admission came on-camera while Corey was filming The Two Coreys with Corey Feldman. “A&E filmed the video, and they did not air our piece because Corey was going overboard, venting,” he said, explaining that someone that appeared on the show turned out to be friends with Charlie and that freaked Corey out. “If it had aired, I think you would have had law enforcement looking into Charlie!”
The accusations against Charlie began when Dominick said that Charlie sodomized Corey when he was 13 and Charlie was 19. “Haim told me he had sex with Sheen when they filmed ‘Lucas,'” explained the actor. “He told me they smoked pot and had sex. Haim said after it happened, Sheen became very cold and rejected him.” Dominick never mentioned Michael Jackson in his story, though Corey's mother said that it was Dominick himself that abused Corey not Charlie. Charlie also denied the allegations.
Corey would not have been the first person to accuse Michael of sexual assault if the account is true. Michael was accused of molesting a 13-year-old boy in 1993, and another in 2003. However, Michael was not found guilty in either case.