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Actor Corey Haim's mother, Judy Haim, talks to Dr. Oz about the sexual assault allegations against Charlie Sheen. Then, she names the man that she knows abused her son.
Judy Haim discusses when Corey Haim’s abuser Dominick Brascia taunted him on a movie set and the moment when Corey Haim called out Corey Feldman for introducing him to Brascia. Then, Dr. Oz asks about Corey’s assault.
Dr. Oz plays a clip from reality show “The Two Coreys” where Corey Haim accuses Corey Feldman of introducing Haim to his rapist and doing nothing to stop the assault Feldman allegedly knew was going on. Dr. Oz asks Judy why he kept his rape a secret.
Judy Haim shares a message to her son’s abuser Dominick Brascia. Dr. Oz asks Judy to explain his decision to not pursue justice for the abuse he suffered. Then, Judy discusses parenting in Hollywood.
Dr. Oz investigates the increase in sex crimes against students by their teachers. Then Dr. Oz discusses the epidemic with attorney Elura Nanos, psychotherapist Dr. Karen Ruskin, and TV host Ashleigh Banfield.
Attorney Elura Nanos talks about the “passing the trash” phenomenon that allows teachers who have been suspected of assaulting students to continue to teach.
Guest Andrea recounts the time in her life where her 16-year-old self was coaxed into being assaulted by her teacher. She discusses how he took advantage of her naivety and how she knows she wasn’t the first one.
Guest Andrea talks about how her longing for a father figure in her life made her an easy target for assault by an authority figure. Then, she reveals how she was able to break the control her teacher, and abuser, had over her.
They’re the latest allegations to rock Hollywood. An industry insider claims Charlie Sheen sexually assaulted Cory Haim when he was just 13 years old. Now, Corey Haim’s mom, Judy Haim tells her side of the story and points the finger at someone else.
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