Corey Feldman gets $100,000 jacket back

May 30, 2013 at 7:55 AM
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LOS ANGELES, May 30 (UPI) -- Actor-musician Corey Feldman told TMZ the Boston man who found his stolen leather jacket in a flea market has returned the beloved coat to him.

Feldman said the jacket he wore in the 1989 movie "Dream a Little Dream" was worth $100,000 and stolen when he was at the House of Blues in Los Angeles in 2011.

The garment resurfaced at a flea market in Boston recently and the man who found it gave it back to Feldman in exchange for a luxury weekend in Los Angeles, which included a flight, hotel stage and appearance on-stage in one of Feldman's rock shows, TMZ said.

Feldman also donated some of the profits from his band's concert to OneFundBoston.org, which benefits victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, the celebrity news website said.

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