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Corey Feldman says he will reveal the names of two Hollywood pedophiles in an upcoming book.
Actor Corey Feldman, now 40, has been open about being abused as a child actor.
The star of such 1980s hit films as "The Lost Boys," "Stand By Me," and "The Goonies" said last year on "Nightline" that he was "surrounded" by pedophiles while working in Hollywood. Now he says he is writing a book that will name those who abused him when he was a teen.
He told the British tabloid The Daily Mail this week that he's planning a tell-all book in which he'll give the names of two abusers. He told the newspaper that he believes revealing the names will put him in danger, but that he owes it to his own young son, Zen, now 7.
He has said that his good friend, the late actor Corey Haim, was also abused. The two actors confronted their pasts on their 2008 reality show, "The Two Coreys." Haim died of pneumonia in March 2010.
Feldman did not reveal when he hoped to publish the book.
Feldman is currently competing on the U.K. reality show "Dancing on Ice," similar to the ABC show "Skating With the Stars." He has told British Web site Digital Spy that he hopes to skate to "Billie Jean," by his late friend, Michael Jackson, and would like to try to moonwalk on ice. Feldman dressed like Jackson when he attended the singer's memorial service in July 2009.