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Corey Feldman is making the rounds to promote his tell-all autobiography, Coreyography, in which he delves into his troubled past and so much more.

In the book Feldman details sexual abuse he experienced as well as his close friendship with his fellow drug addict heart throb, the late Corey Haim.

Feldman also sheds light on his bond with another fallen star, the King of Pop himself, Michael Jackson. Their bond, Corey says, was the “healthiest” in his life.

In an interview, he also discusses his take on Dr. Conrad Murray and his role in Jackson's death. According to Feldman, the doctor has blood on his hands:

“Michael Jackson’s world, crazy as it sounds, had become my happy place. Being with Michael brought me back to my innocence," says the former child star."

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In his new memoir, Coreyography, Corey Feldman goes into great detail about the sexual abuse he suffered along with Corey Haim as young movie stars.

The book also describes years of drug abuse both he and Haim faced.

On the 1986 set of Lucas, Haim told Feldman that “an adult male convinced him it was perfectly normal for older men and younger boys" to be subjected to this.

It was "what all the guys do," he recalls, "so they walked off to a secluded area between two trailers ... and [Corey Haim] allowed himself to be sodomized."

After relaying this to Feldman, Haim asked, “So, I guess we should play around like that, too?” Feldman dismissed him, saying, that's “not what kids do, man."

But Feldman went on to suffer a similar fate, specifically by a man named "Ron," whom his father hired as his assistant and who abused him while on drugs.

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So apparently Corey Feldman has a new music video out.

That enough would make you do a double-take, but it's got babes in garter belts, Michael Jackson-style dance moves, Goonies references, and ... Sean Astin.

It's also catchy in an awesomely terrible awesome way:

The vid's YouTube description invites us to step inside the "Feldmansion" in this Day in the Life Adventure with the actor, flanked by 2 of "Corey's Angels."

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According to Corey Feldman, former child star and best friend of the late Corey Haim, child molestation has run rampant in the entertainment industry.

"The No. 1 problem in Hollywood was and is and always will be pedophilia," he said Wednesday, adding that the “casting couch” exists for children, too.

He and Haim were no exceptions to that disturbing trend, Feldman says.

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Two Coreys: Feldman, left, and the late Haim.

Feldman asserted in an interview that directors and other adults in the industry take advantage of young aspiring actors on a regular basis.

“It's all done under the radar... But it's the big secret,” he said.

Feldman also claimed that former co-star Corey Haim's death last year was the end result of early sexual abuse by an unnamed "Hollywood mogul."

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Corey Feldman will not be at Corey Haim's funeral today out of respect for his best friend and fellow former child star's family's wishes, the actor said in a statement.

"In the days following my best friend Corey Haim's death, I have spent much time with his mother Judy, who has always been like a mother to me," Feldman said.

"Due to their strong religious beliefs and need for privacy," he continued. "The family has decided to make Corey Haim's funeral on Tuesday a small private affair."

The private funeral service will take place Tuesday in Toronto, and is funded Startifacts, a celebrity memorabilia Web site, which volunteered to donate $20,000.

The money for the funeral will come from the auctioning off Haim's belongings. His family asks fans to send flowers to a local cancer ward instead of the service.

Corey Feldman will be MIA today, but says he will be planning a separate, public memorial for his Lost Boys co-star that will reportedly take place around April 2.

"I am working with a few people who were close to Corey to put a memorial together within the next month," he said. "The media will be invited to honor and celebrate the legacy he left behind, along with friends, fans and the Hollywood community."

Corey Haim died Wednesday at the age of 38 of an apparent drug overdose while at his mother's Los Angeles. He fought a long battle with substance abuse in life.

Haim's mom said he had an enlarged heart, pulmonary congestion and water in his lungs at the time of his death, which has been linked to a massive drug ring.

The L.A. County Coroner's office is awaiting results of toxicology tests and has not ruled out a drug overdose, though it does not appear to be foul play or suicide.

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Corey Feldman's wife, Susie Sprague (also known as Susie Feldman), filed for divorce from the actor last week after seven years of marriage, according to reports.

In her filing, she cited the nondescript irreconcilable differences as the reason.

Susie Feldman Playboy Photo

Guess she is no longer standing by him. Sorry. You knew that was coming.

Susie Feldman wants legal and physical custody of their 5-year-old son, Zen, and for Corey to pay spousal and child support. She wants her ex to have visitation.

Corey and Susie Feldman married on the set of The Surreal Life in 2002, nine months after meeting at a club. Things appeared to be going well until recently.

Corey Feldman and Susie Sprague Feldman last year.

"Six years together and we're still in love," Corey Feldman said in 2007, crediting his wife and son with helping him break free of a spiral of depression and drugs.

"Whereas I used to get depressed or neurotic or dwell on things, I see my son's eyes in the morning, and suddenly, I don't feel depressed anymore," he said.

"There's nothing to be depressed about when you've got that."

Or those Susie Feldman nude Playboy pics. Nothing to get down about there. Quite the opposite, in fact. Okay, this is getting a little weird now. Sorry.

We hope they are able to settle their differences amicably.

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