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The Disturbing Truth Behind Corey Feldman's Bizarre Accusations Against Marilyn Manson

The Accusations

In a recent interview with Consequence Sound on August 15, 2022, child actor and now musician Corey Feldman made some heavy accusations against Marilyn Manson. He believes Marilyn Manson personally sabotaged his 2017 Heavenly Tour by infiltrating it with spies.
“The Heavenly Tour was definitely the exact opposite of that,” Corey Feldman told Consequence. “It was the Hellish Tour. But that was due to infiltration. We had people that were sent in that were spies that were not there to be musicians but were there to cause mayhem.”

Watch below the segment of the interview where he discusses this infiltration and sabotage:

However, this is not the first time he has made this accusation. This accusation first came to light on Perez Hilton's website on January 11, 2018, when Corey Feldman was named in a sexual battery case issued by a former bandmate of Corey's, and the former child star's legal defense claimed he was framed. He claimed that the female accusers in the case are "Satan worshippers" who are working for singer Marilyn Manson and the Illuminati, a secretive conspiracy group supposedly made up of people of distinct wealth and influence. The report states that the alleged victims in the sexual battery case against Feldman had been threatening to make this kind of attack for months and that they "communicate often with the Illuminati over Twitter" and thus their allegations can't be trusted. Evidence was also claimed to have emerged that includes "photographic evidence that these girls worship Satan." According to the report, one of the accusers was also directly connected to Manson, with a source who has inside knowledge of Feldman's case telling Hilton: "One is dating Marilyn Manson, who has openly hated Corey Feldman for a long time now."

It can even be argued that Feldman was hinting at these accusations on October 1, 2017, after Manson had a horrible stage accident, and Feldman took the opportunity to express his satisfaction with the injurious results.

Then on February 1, 2021, which was the day Evan Rachel Wood and other women made accusations against Marilyn Manson of sexual assault and abuse, Corey Feldman joined in and posted on Twitter his first reaction to the news:


Five days later, on February 6th 2021, Corey decided to craft some further accusations against Manson on his Instagram page to match the language that was being used by Manson's other accusers. Below is his full statement:

The media gave Corey's more polished accusations, minus the bizarre conspiracy theories, against Manson some publicity, for which reason he posted the following on Twitter the next day thanking his devoted fans, whom he calls "FeldFam" for the love and support:

Corey also did an livestream at this time, which can be seen in the last clip of the video below. Before that clip, are other clips from March/April 2020. After Corey Feldman released his documentary on pedophilia in Hollywood, he flew off to a secret location (Jamaica), for his own safety, but due to covid restrictions coming into play, he ended up stuck there for six months. During this time, in March/April 2020, he recorded the first series of clips in this video. The first clip is from a livestream in which he was asked if he could beat up Marilyn Manson in a fight. Though Corey would later name Manson as an abuser of his, here he has no problem saying that he could easily beat Manson in a fight. The second series of clips comes from just days later, when Corey did a livestream, crying about how a group known as the Wolf Pack allegedly hacked and stole his documentary. Though he claimed the documentary would bring down Hollywood pedophiles, here he confesses that he provided no new information, and charged people $20 to see it exclusively on his website even though he spent months crowdfunding it. He even confesses here that it was more about the money than helping the victims. Marilyn Manson, whom Corey had been accusing since 2017 of plotting against him, joined in on this livestream chat and blatantly laughed at Corey's phony crying.

So much for the recent accusations Feldman makes against Manson. Now let's go back to the beginning when all of this started.

The Origins

It all began with the publication of Manson's autobiography The Long Hard Road Out of Hell on February 14, 1998. There we read the following from a diary excerpt made about Corey from the premier of Howard Stern's movie Private Parts in New York in March 1997:

After this, on September 2, 1998, Manson said the following in Rolling Stone:

“This whole past year, my house has become a real Hollywood Babylon, Studio 54 type of place,” Manson says, carefully pushing the stringy hair off his face. “It’s a magnet for the where-are-they-nows and the we-know-where-they-are-nows and the they’re-not-doin’-real-good-nows. I started a project – usually at about six or seven in the morning – of taking these unlikely individuals and putting them together to sing karaoke in my living room. So at any given moment, you may have found Leif Garrett or Corey Feldman singing the theme from Grease. I’ve also been painting these ten-minute portraits. Sometimes I trade them for drugs, so there’s a lot of portraits of drug dealers going around town.”

Manson then made a passing comment about Corey Feldman in Pulse Magazine in October 1998, where he said the following:

"Most recently, I've been creating pop art by putting people like Corey Feldman and Leif Garrett together and having them sing karaoke. That, to me, is equally as offensive as peeing on a deaf girl and covering her with lunch meat."

While Leif Garrett has never been reported to have been offended by Manson's comments (in fact, he ended up recording an album with Manson guitarist Zim Zum), it struck at the very core of Corey Feldman's ego.

It all culminated and blew up on March 16, 1999, when Corey Feldman and Manson's girlfriend at the time Rose McGowan were booked for separate interviews on the Howard Stern Show. Corey went on first and started bad mouthing Marilyn Manson; he complained that Marilyn made him look like a fool by doing interviews and writing in his book about how he came over his house and sang karaoke. Rose is then brought into the studio to get her take on the matter, the transcript of which can be read here and excerpts are below:

Rose McGowan: There was a night when Corey was over at our old house and um, I was actually singing karaoke with Corey on one side and Leif Garret on the other and I had a moment, seriously, wondering what the hell had happened to my life. So I did look from side to side going (in a funny voice) what...
Corey Feldman: Now you say that, but I have a question for you when you say 'what the hell had happened to my life', what did that...
RM: I only mean it in a sense that I'm in this bizarre world in Hollywood and all of a sudden...
CF: Ok so it wasn't meant as an insult
RM: NO! I'm like...
CF: Ok, cause I was about to go off on you really hard (Howard laughs)
(talking over each other)
Howard Stern: No, your saying that it was surreal because your weren't a kid who grew up in Hollywood and all of a sudden your there with Leif Garret and Corey Feldman.
RM: That's what I'm saying. I'm turning side to side thinking I'm up in the Hollywood hills, ya know, it's kind of a bizarre situation to most people if their not from Hollywood or maybe even if they are...and seeing that it's also probably 5 in morning
(Corey mumbles something)


HS: Uh, you have a message for Marilyn, for Rose to take back?
CF: No, I have no message. The only point is, what happened was, we saw each other at a couple places, he gave me his number, he called me on New Years and said "I just want to call and say happy new year" I said "great"...
Robin Quivers: He never told you what was going to be in the book
CF: No, he never told me what was going to be in the book. He was very nice and I thought, you know what, maybe it's all an act, maybe he's not such a weirdo, maybe he's a nice guy... so we became friendly with each other
RM: You can be weird and nice
CF: Yeah, Yeah exactly, like Michael Jackson (everyone laughs)
RM: Listen, your the one who's laid in bed with him! (more laughter) (for those of you who don't get that reference, Corey once admitted on Howard's show that when he was a kid he use to spend the night at Michael Jackson's house and would sometimes sleep in the same bed with him)
CF: Ah, lets not get nasty Rose, your in a league you can't even swing with
RM: Oh baby, you don't know me
HS: But Rose, has Marilyn said anything about Corey since the book writing thing...or it's just over?
RM: There's lots of people who just come in and out of our lives, ya know, lots of people travel, people disappear for six months, come back in... it's a fairly normal thing
CF: (sarcastically) But I'm sure that he doesn't go on a publicity campaign talking about them and using their name in a negative way
RM: I don't remember any of that
CF: (repeats sarcastically) I don't remember!
RM: I don't!
HS: So, it's fair to say it's all over, it's over between you and Marilyn
CF: Oh, definitely
HS: Alright, ok, listen...
RM: Well, I'm sorry


RM: No, it's totally just about, this is the person I love and if someone (talking over each other)... and I honestly don't understand why
CF: I understand. Obviously it has nothing to do with you, you never said anything negative towards me or my fiancé
RM: I never knew that there was any bad blood, as far as I know, he thinks your still his friend, so I really don't know what your talking about
CF: Ok, let me explain to you
HS: Alright, go ahead explain
RM: Well, I know you don't what to be friends with him anymore, so thats the short cut
CF: What I want to know is this, why would he go and do an interview with Pulse magazine at Tower records..
RM: But nobody reads that anyway
CF: I read it, I read it
HS: Ok, what did he say in the interview
CF: He said that putting us together and doing karaoke was pop art to him
RM: It is pop art. That's a complement!
HS: (laughs) Really
RQ: See, you just don't understand

Corey would later say in 2018 on Twitter that Rose viciously attacked him, but if you see the video and read the transcript, you don't get that sense at all.

In an interview with Nardwuar on May 11, 2001, Manson responds to Corey's response to what he said about him in the past:

What was the deal between you and Corey Feldman?

I think he was disappointed about some of the comments that I made about him, but I felt that they were all in good spirits. I wasn't trying to be cruel to him. He was never the actor that Patrick Dempsey was; I find him to be my favorite '80s actor.

You said it was as offensive hanging with him as it would be "pissing in a deaf girls' ear," him and Leif Garrett. That is what you said in Pulse Magazine.

No, I think that's mixed up a little bit. There was some pissing in the deaf girl and there was Leif Garrett, but they were never all in the same room.

Corey's reaction to Manson's comments about him caused him such fury and rage, that their friendship would never recover, and in fact it gave Corey an opportunity to take revenge on Manson by making a number of baseless accusations that have persisted and increased and taken on new forms over a number of years. Whereas Manson is notorious for name-dropping and hitting tabloid-friendly celebrities below the belt for the sake of a publicity stunt or an entertaining anecdote in the media, as he did for example with Justin Bieber in more recent years, those who don't see the humor or headline-grabbing purpose in his comments or feel wounded in their ego will at times take the opportunity to respond in more harsh ways when given the opportunity, and for Feldman his opportunity finally came in February 2021, though there were some other passing comments before this, as we have seen.

The Orgies

After a five-year process, Corey and Susie Feldman's divorce became final in 2014. On November 22, 2016, Feldman married his long-time girlfriend since 2012, Courtney Anne Mitchell. Corey Feldman claims to be a God-fearing Jew and Courtney a devout Christian, who live a virtuous drug-free life. While together Corey felt something like a divine calling to save young beautiful women from taking the wrong path in porn or stripping by having them live in his mansion and taking part in sex parties and orgies of his own with Courtney's full participation. One of these women was Bambi LeFist, who lived with Corey and Courtney in 2013-14, and she has the following to say about her time there in the following candid interview:

You can also read two articles by women who attended a Corey Feldman sex party in 2013, one uncensored and the other that was edited and approved by Corey himself otherwise he would not allow it to be published:

I Accidentally Went to Corey Feldman's Orgy  

I Went to Corey Feldman's Birthday Party   

Corey Feldman responded to these reports. He said he's not the orgy-obsessed maniac he's made out to be in the media ... claiming reports that he throws cocaine-fueled sex parties are not only BS, they're destroying his sterling reputation. He even names Charlie Sheen as a competitor at this time who is trying to stain Corey's reputation, which is interesting in light of the fact that in 2020 Corey names him as a pedophile who abused Corey Haim in his documentary.

In the midst of these reports, which brought a lot of publicity to Corey, it even appears that Corey Feldman swatted himself for the sake of added publicity. This incident took place in 2013, at a time when there was an epidemic of celebrity swattings in Hollywood.

The 2017 Heavenly Tour and Feldman's New Heavenly Calling

Corey's Angels is a musical group Feldman went on to create based off of his alleged calling to help young and vulnerable beautiful women, this time young struggling female artists. He said in 2016 that it was "to help girls who were kind of lost and needed help to find their way." In September 2016, he made an appearance on the Today Show program to support his album Angelic 2 the Core, which sparked backlash and mockery for its unusual nature. Feldman admitted he was surprised by the viciousness of the backlash toward his performance. After all, it was this band formation and upcoming tour that he had dreamed about since he was a child, because his childhood dream was to be a music star and not an actor, which he viewed as being forced upon him as a child by his parents. He even had to beg for money to realize this project, since he believed his status as a child actor was preventing him from getting signed to a record deal, and not the fact that he has no talent worth investing into.

Despite the media backlash, the summer Heavenly Tour went from June to August of 2017. Though the tour itself was successful and meant to go international, it was cut short when the Angels began to quit the tour for the abusive treatment by Corey towards them and the deplorable living conditions while on tour. It was also cut short due to the fact that while on tour, in October 2017, Feldman was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, driving under suspension and speeding after being pulled over in Mangham, Louisiana. Feldman's security guard and four other members of his group, including his wife Courtney, were charged with drug crimes, including possession of Xanax.

With the Heavenly Tour ending in disaster, among many disasters, Corey revealed in a November 2017 interview with Dr. Oz that God called him with an audible voice to put an end to the sexual harassment stigma in Hollywood by shedding light on the names of sexual criminals, specifically pedophiles. Feldman said, "God told me, 'This is what you are here for, this is what matters.' I heard this in God's voice." On October 25, 2017, in response to the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse allegations, he started an Indiegogo campaign to finance a film about his life in order to expose the secret child sexual abuse that he claims is just as common in Hollywood as sexism and sexual assault against adults. Feldman started his Truth campaign to raise $10 million to fund a documentary he planned to make about sexual abuse in Hollywood, at which time he would reveal the name of the abuser of fellow child actor and friend Corey Haim, whom Feldman claimed died of a drug habit he developed trying to cope with his abuse.

In March 2018, Feldman spoke at the New York State Capitol in Albany, New York, in support of the Child Victims Act, which would lengthen the statute of limitations for civil claims arising out of acts of child sex abuse and would create a one-year period in which sex abuse survivors could bring civil claims that were then barred by the statute of limitations. In fact, his 2020 documentary My Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys depicts Corey as an Ambassador for Child USA, introducing the organization's founder and CEO Marci Hamilton as they fight to change the statute of limitations in child sexual abuse cases, which is very similar in scope to the supposed reason behind Evan Rachel Wood's documentary Phoenix Rising.

The Wolf Pack

In October 2017, partly due to allegations made against Corey by his Angels on the tour and partly because Corey was asking for $10 million to make a film to expose the names of pedophiles which he could have very easily have done for free on social media if he really only cared about abuse victims, a group of people got together to expose him publicly as an abuser and a fraud, led by a California stage actor named Bobby Wolfe, from whose name came the "Wolf Pack", which was basically just a chat group on Twitter who also made some YouTube videos. Among those who were vocal critics of Corey were Corey Haim's mother, Judy, who saw Feldman as a fraud who was spreading lies about her son (she insists her son died of pneumonia in her arms and not some drug overdose). However, this chat group, as of 2017, would now serve as Corey's scapegoat for the various things that would allegedly go wrong with his documentary, as well as be a means towards him portraying himself as a persecuted victim of the truth (by the Illuminati), while Marilyn Manson (and his fellow Satanists) was being blamed for sabotaging Corey's failed 2017 tour. Below are a few examples:

1. On March 27, 2018, Corey Feldman claims he was stabbed multiple times in the abdomen by three unknown assailants associated with the Wolf Pack. He was in his parked car at the time and his security was distracted. Feldman later tweeted images of himself in a hospital bed, where he shows absolutely no signs of injury and looks like at most he is getting a check-up. In one photo he is seen smiling holding his vaping pen, and in the other he is getting his tonsils checked with his hands over the supposed point of stabbing in a relaxed position, wearing his baseball hat and displaying absolutely no sign of trauma. The police spokesperson said there was no laceration to Feldman’s abdomen or any additional injuries, nor did they have a suspect description, nor was it determined what weapon was used in the attack. Two days later, Feldman shared an update on Instagram, posting a picture of the “world’s smallest knife wound.” He considered his survival a great miracle of God, and blamed the Wolf Pack for trying to prevent him from exposing pedophiles through his documentary, which he needed $10 million for before he would name names. In truth, only one person who belonged to the Wolf Pack group was in California at the time, and she was a disabled housewife and mother of two.

Three years later, Corey wrote of this incident:

2. In August of 2018 it was reported that Corey Feldman filed a complaint with the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), claiming he was being harassed online by a group of trolls calling themselves the Wolf Pack, who had allegedly been sending him nasty messages from four different Twitter accounts, as well as one on Instagram. Feldman seems to have filed for five temporary restraining orders against the people he believed were responsible for the harassment, but they were never served and Corey decided to go to a party instead of showing up to court. In October of 2018 he obtained a long-term order against his former Musical Director and Angel, Margot Lane, who is one of his accusers.

3. On March 5, 2020, Corey Feldman posted on Twitter a photo of a 2020 calendar that was supposedly left at the doorstep of his home. The calendar's cover features three wolves and is titled "Wolf Pack." He saw this as a direct threat as he prepared to release his documentary in which he promised to name alleged child rapists. With his documentary, My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys, set to live stream in just days, he thought the Wolf Pack was desperate to stop him. In a social media post early Thursday morning, Corey confirmed that police responded to the threat, and used the opportunity to gain even more ticket sales and donations towards his documentary. It was not confirmed a police report of this incident was ever filed.


4. On March 9, 2020, Corey Feldman's hyped up independently produced exposé (My) Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys was schedule to premier on a stream on its official website. Feldman promised he’d name names and charged $20 to access the movie. Most people who paid didn’t get to see a second of the movie, and Feldman, who was hosting a live screening of it at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles, blamed apparent technical errors on hackers, namely the Wolf Pack. On Twitter, people reported being unable to login, or when they did log in, just seeing a black screen. Some were prompted to purchase another access ticket. A few people tweeted that they could access some of the movie, only to see the stream cut off well before it completed. Feldman initially tweeted from the DGA theater that the technical issues were a matter of the website crashing and that was a “good thing,” presumably because it signaled high demand. But then, Feldman interrupted the live screening to inform the audience of the technical problems. In what seemed like a staged bit, he received word “in real time” that the stream had been sabotaged by “hackers.” “Wow. Holy crap. They’re hacking us in real time,” Feldman deadpanned. A person in the audience standing near the stage blamed the attack on the “Wolf Pack,” and named some names herself: Suzy and Shannon. She didn’t give last names or elaborate further. (A reporter at the screening had this to say about it). The truth of the matter was that everything Corey did in getting the documentary out there was done on the cheap and the servers crashed. Those who were part of the Wolf Pack chat group were actually waiting as a group to watch it.

The Truth

On June 29, 2020, an article appeared in Medium detailing the fact that Corey Feldman was accused of rape and emotional and physical abuse by a number of women. In this report, we read:

"The highly anticipated documentary seemed to many to be a 'greatly exaggerated money-grab' profiting from child abuse by simply repeating claims published within the National Enquirer in 2017. These claims were made to the Enquirer by none other than now deceased actor and longtime friend of Corey Feldman, Dominick Brascia, who has been identified as Corey Haim’s abuser by both Corey Haim’s mother Judy and Corey Feldman himself. According to public record, Feldman and Brascia were also roommates over the span of five years, sharing a residency at Feldman’s former Encino, CA home from 1994 to 1999."

In other words, Dominick Brascia, a friend of Corey Feldman, was in fact Corey Haim's abuser, not Charlie Sheen, as Dominick Brascia reported to the National Enquirer in 2017 and was repeated by Corey Feldman in his documentary.

Mindy Robinson, a conservative activist, political commentator, and actress who had previously been a friend and close associate of Feldman, published on June 16 2020 an open editorial titled “Corey Feldman is a Sexual Predator: Former Angels Speak Out” to lend weight to some of these accusations that Corey Feldman was in fact an abuser. Among the accusers listed were the following:

1. Mara Moon, former Corey’s Angel and musician. She says she was subjected to emotional abuse because she refused to acquiesce to Feldman’s sexual advances. She was forced to watch his orgies, drug use and abusive behavior. Her tell all interview can be seen here, in which she also talks about Corey's allegations against Marilyn Manson.

2. Jacqueline von Rueden (AKA Jezebel Sweet), former Corey’s Angel and musician. She claims that Feldman and his wife Courtney were both fond of group sex parties and often lured newcomers to participate in group sex with them. In one incident, she claims to have witnessed a young woman get raped while she was drugged on ketamine. She also filed a police report on Feldman for sexual battery. Her tell all interview can be seen here. She also wrote a detailed letter protesting Corey's presence on a panel about sexual harassment which can be read here.

3. Poeina Suddarth, costume designer and musician. She revealed that Feldman not only used women for sex but also robbed them of their hard work. She speaks about how he used the costumes she made for him without ever paying her. Her tell all interview can be seen here.

4. Margot Lane, former Corey’s Angel and Music Director. She spoke of the Feldman’s habit of slipping women unsuspecting drugs, which paints the picture of a possible sexual assault while in the state of inebriation. She also filed a complaint with the California Labor Commissioner’s Office for unpaid wages and penalties and was deemed by the court to be owed over $7,000. Her tell all interview can be seen here.

5. Chantal Knippenburg, who claims Feldman was being inappropriate with underage girls.

6. Amy Clark, another Corey’s Angels musician, tweeted a picture of herself with a scratch on her arm and wrote “Thanks @Corey_Feldman for this nasty scratch u gave me while pushing me into a wall after screaming at me.” The tweet was later deleted.

Their personal written testimonies can be read here.

The Medium article goes on to report:

"Corey Feldman has used his twitter handle and a handful of publications to deny every allegation against him, going as far as victim shaming some of the accusers, and in a single incident posting naked images (revenge porn) of Jacqueline Von Rueden (AKA Jezebel Sweet) while maintaining that a certain nefarious group he refers to as the 'Wolfpack' is against the truth he aimed to reveal in his documentary (only available for viewing on his website at a cost of $20). He claims 'they' cooked up this slander against him, with the sole intention to tarnish his reputation and stifle his voice as he continues to dodge multiple assassination attempts."


Jacqueline von Rueden (AKA Jezebel Sweet) is specifically the one that Corey Feldman associated with being the satanic spy that Marilyn Manson had infiltrate the band, and that was supposedly a girlfriend of Manson. In fact, she is just friends with Manson and attended a Halloween party of his. The allegations of satanism against her probably stem from a shock rock band she formed in 2011 called Singing for Satan, that was heavily influenced by "shock rockers" like Alice Cooper and Marilyn Manson. 

She posted the following response to Corey's recent allegations on Twitter:


As for the tour's bus driver, Wade Robertson, he has said himself that he has been a bus driver for various musicians, including Marilyn Manson, but he is not Manson's bus driver and the bus he drives did not belong to Manson. He also confirms the testimonies of Feldman's accusers as far as the touring conditions are concerned. His interview with Bobby Wolfe can be heard here. An interview with the tour bus owner, Rich Redden, can be heard here.

Bobby Wolfe and Kim Sterne did a two part interview with Corey Haim's mother Judy, which can be seen here and here.

Stacey at Always Sparkle has a YouTube channel that covers these things and more on the Corey Feldman scandals. Her channel is here. A video she did that specifically addresses Feldman's accusations against Manson is here.

Another YouTube channel that covers these topics is Suzi-Q 7979. Her channel is here. She did an interview with Mara Moon about the Manson allegations here.

Concluding Remarks

Marilyn Manson never abused Corey Feldman in any way. This should be clear by the time you arrive at these concluding remarks, and what is presented here is only a portion of the horrible things Corey has said and done. It is Corey Feldman who is an abuser, grifter and drug addict, who shows all the signs of being a sex cult leader. He is not just an ego-driven narcissist, but a dangerous person who at the very least should be labeled a sex-offender and professional slanderer, and he is not afraid to plow down anyone that offends him in any way and seeks to destroy them if it is at all possible. The Illuminati, Satanists, Pedophiles, The Wolf Pack and Marilyn Manson are all imaginary scapegoats used by Feldman, just as they are used by QAnon conspiracy theorists, to profit off of and use when he is backed into some sort of corner and needs to deflect. He wins sympathy from his FeldFam by highlighting his enemies who he claims are out to destroy him and his divinely-called mission. They are a means for Corey to convince his followers that God is working miracles in his life, and like an avaricious televangelist he uses this to collect. But these miracles are nothing but contrived self-implanted threats he blames on his imaginary enemies. He is clearly a man of many mental illnesses. Those who shout the loudest usually have the most to hide, and Corey Feldman likes to shout, building his life on a pile of lies and deceit that he covers by being as bizarre as possible ... so bizarre that even Marilyn Manson must look at him aghast and not just as a complete joke, which is basically how most people see him. Yes, Corey Feldman is a complete joke, but the more you pay attention to his words and deeds, the more you will come across one of the most vile human beings in Hollywood.