Nov. 3 (UPI) -- Former child star Corey Feldman has alleged his License to Drive and Dream a Little Dream co-star Jon Grissom sexually abused him when he was a teen.
The 46-year-old actor -- who is also known for his work in the 1980s classics The Lost Boys, The Goonies and Stand By Me -- has long maintained he was molested by several men as a youth, but he declined to publicly identify the alleged perpetrators until now.
Feldman called the Los Angeles Police Department Thursday during an appearance on The Dr. Oz Show to talk about filing a report against Grissom and the others he said harmed him.
Television host Mehmet Oz said in a Facebook video his legal counsel looked into Grissom and found he has a lengthy arrest record, spending time in prison for a child molestation conviction in a separate case in 2003. He has been accused of assault, theft and drug offenses, as well.
Oz went on to say Feldman disclosed to him the names of several other alleged offenders privately.
Feldman said he had previously tried to report the alleged crimes against him to the Santa Barbara police in 1993, but nothing ever came of his efforts.
Another backstage video filmed at The Dr. Oz Show featured Feldman in an appeal to raise the $10 million he said he needs to make a documentary that will expose Hollywood pedophiles and bring them to justice. He also said he intends to use the money to protect him and his family from anyone who might try to silence him physically and legally.