Charlie Sheen denies recent Corey Haim rape allegations

The Two and a Half Men star has spoken out against recent accusations.

Charlie Sheen has refuted all claims made against him regarding the alleged rape of his Lucas co-star Corey Haim. A rep for the actor told E! News, "Charlie categorically denies these allegations."

As Nicki Swift previously reported, The National Enquirer published a report on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, detailing accounts from "dozens" of sources, including one made by former actor Dominick Brascia. The sources indicated that Sheen had raped Haim, who passed away in 2010, when the two were filming their 1986 film.

The report was linked to the memoir of Haim's friend Corey Feldman, in which Feldman described how Haim was assaulted by an unnamed man on the set of Lucas.

In recent weeks, Feldman has sought to expose an alleged pedophile ring in Hollywood. He's already named two men: talent agent Marty Weiss and former actor Jon Grissom. He's promised to name more if he can raise enough money to fund a feature film that he will direct, produce, and distribute himself. He's asked fans to help raise $10 million in an Indiegogo campaign.

The Los Angeles Police Department has since opened an investigation into Feldman's claims of past sexual abuse.

At the time of writing, Feldman has not addressed the allegations made against Sheen.

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