Corey Feldman is suing the production company and executives behind 'Marriage Boot Camp' claiming he was held 'hostage' while filming the show causing 'severe emotional trauma' -- and claims they exploited his being a victim of sexual violence for tv ratings.
According to legal documents, obtained by The Blast, the 'Goonies' star is suing WE tv, and Think Factory Media, claiming that after agreeing to be on the reality show, the companies "falsified information to the public" and discredited him as a "liar" in the broadcast.
In the lawsuit, Feldman points out that he is an advocate against child abuse and pedophilia, and has been "heavily involved in helping abolish the statute of limitations laws regarding sexual harassment and sexual abuse in both New York and California."
Plus, is now an "ACTIVE advocate for his childhood best friend, the late actor Corey Haim and other children who have been sexually abused in the industry."
In the filing, Corey claims the show with "full knowledge of the importance and the nature of Mr. Feldman's lifetime work... not only perpetrated fraud by inducing Mr. Feldman with false promises," but claims they, "falsified information to the public, they discredited Mr. Feldman as a liar on their show "Marriage Boot Camp: Family Edition."
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