California cops just found an audio recording of the 1993 interview in which Corey Feldman has said he identified alleged sexual predators - after police previously claimed the former child actor never named names, according to a report.
It appears Corey Feldman did indeed speak to authorities in 1993 and may have identified his alleged industry sexual abusers at that time.
On Wednesday, Fox News reported that they received confirmation from the Santa Barbara County Sheriff that they did in fact have the tapes that Feldman was referring to.
Among those audio recordings was an interview with Feldman, which has now been handed over to the Los Angeles Police Department, the sheriff's office said.
Feldman, who starred in such '80s classics as Goonies and Stand by Me, said in previous interviews that a pedophile ring existed within the business, but he refused to name names - that is until the Harvey Weinstein scandal completely upended Hollywood.
"We are aware of the statements that Mr. Feldman is making regarding an investigation in 1993", said the Sheriff's Office.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office now confirms it possesses audio recordings of the former child star's statements in which he revealed the names of sexual predators in Hollywood. "They're on record. They have all this information".
The Los Angeles Police Department now has the tapes and they'll be listening to them, but can't release further information because the original investigation involved underage children.
In his interview with Matt Lauer on October 30, Feldman, 46, revealed that names were on record after Lauer pressed him about never releasing anything.
During an appearance last month on "The Dr. Oz Show", Feldman accused actor Jon Grissom, who appeared in two movies alongside Feldman, of molesting him in the 1980s.
In a 2013 memoir, "Coreyography", Feldman recounted abuse that he and late actor Corey Haim allegedly suffered as young performers - but he did not provide names.
"Los Angeles Police Department detectives are committed to protecting victims of sexual assault and will thoroughly investigate any report of a sex-related crime", police told the LA Times in a statement.
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