The media narrative surrounding Justin Bieber has spiraled out of control. He's this year's Anne Hathaway, the person whom it's vogue to hate. But this turn isn't completely unfounded. Over the past few years, Bieber has undoubtedly become a bit of a jerk.
He was charged for illegal (and seemingly racist) graffiti, pissed in a mop bucket, left his monkey in Germany and could anyone seriously forget this hat? But for non-Beliebers, there has always been something grating about the singer. Everything from his swoopy hair to his sugar-pop love songs seemed designed to annoy all post-pubescents on sight, breeding discontent which lay dormant until his penchant for leather sweatpants and hocking loogies made him impossible to ignore.
Then all hell broke loose.
Corey Feldman has opened up about the sexual abuse he and fellow child star Corey Haim suffered early on in their careers in his upcoming memoir Coreyography.
In an excerpt obtained by Page Six, Feldman recalls a story Haim, then 14, shared about his experience on the set of Lucas in 1986, in which "an adult male convinced him that it was perfectly normal for older men and younger boys in the business to have sexual relations, that it was what all the guys do. So they walked off to a secluded area between two trailers ... and Haim allowed himself to be sodomized."
Corey Haim died of natural causes, not drugs, according to the Los Angeles County coroner's office.
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Haim's death was caused primarily by pneumonia. In addition, he had a bad heart, specifically the muscle in his heart was...
Corey Haim obtained 553 prescription pills in the two months before his death, California Attorney General Jerry Brown told The Associated Press.
Prosecutor links Haim prescription to illegal drug ring
The actor acquired the medications through ...
California investigators have linked a drug prescription belonging to the late Corey Haim to a "massive" illegal prescription drug ring, state Attorney General Jerry Brown said.
"Corey Haim's death is yet another tragedy linked to the growing problem of prescription drug abuse," Brown said in a statement. "This problem is increasingly linked to criminal organizations, like the...
Though a full coroner's report won't be released for some time, Corey Haim's mother told Access Hollywood that he died of an enlarged heart and fluid in his lungs.
Corey Feldman: Haim was "in the best frame of mind that he's ever been"
Judy Haim said she received a call from the Los Angeles County coroner's office letting her know...
Corey Haim was in "the best frame of mind" in his life, Corey Feldman said on Larry King Live Wednesday night, adding that people shouldn't jump to conclusions that his close friend died of a drug overdose.
Corey Haim dead at 38
Haim, who had struggled with addiction for many years, was taken to a Burbank hospital where he was pronounced dead Wednesday morning.
"They need to stop saying it's a drug overdose," he told Larry King...
Corey Haim and Corey Feldman
Corey Haim's tragic death exposed widespread confusion about him and his frequent collaborator Corey Feldman, as many confessed via Twitter that they don't know which Corey is which. The two shared much in common, besides the name Corey: early roles in Stephen King projects, joint film appearances, eventual struggles with drugs, and a dual comeback attempt on the A&E show The Two Coreys. For those of us who grew up with the Coreys, there's no getting them confused. But for anyone unfamiliar with their work, here is our quick guide to the Coreys' respective careers:
Actor Corey Haim died early Wednesday morning of an apparent drug overdose, a source told TVGuide.com. He was 38.
Haim, who had long struggled with drugs, was taken to a Burbank hospital where he was pronounced dead at about 3:30 a.m., according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
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Haim's numerous collaborations with fellow teen idol Corey Feldman, including The Lost Boys, License to Drive and Dream a Little Dream earned the pair ...
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It's been more than two decades since Corey Haim's role in the vampire classic The Lost Boys catapulted him to teen fame. More hit movies followed (License to Drive, Dream a Little Dream), and seemed to promise success beyond his heartthrob years — until drug addiction derailed his career.
Now, Haim is making good on a comeback attempt that began with a Variety ad last year. The full-page promotion featured a black-and-white photo of the actor with the text, "This is not a stunt. I'm back. I'm ready to make amends. I'm ready to work."
His unusual publicity move...