Corey Feldman Says Hackers To Blame For Doco Website Crash
Promising to reveal the names of alleged abusers, Corey Feldman's website hosting his documentary crashed as the world tuned in to watch his tell-all film.
Feldman's site was updated an hour after the documentary was meant to live-stream with a message that claims: "hackers are trying to prevent the stream from airing".
Some people who paid to watch the film expressed their disappointment that they weren't able to access it after paying $20 a ticket ahead of its release.
The documentary was due to be released exclusively on Feldman's website, mytruthdoc.com. With a countdown to tease the release, fans logged on at 2pm AEST only to find the site had crashed.
Funded by Feldman, the documentary is named My Truth: The Rape of Two Coreys -- it is expected to name the alleged sexual abusers of Feldman and his late best friend Corey Haim.
Feldman claimed the documentary would include six names, including one he promised: "everyone is waiting to hear".
"It is a name that everybody on the planet knows," he told U.S television host Wendy Williams earlier this week.
Feldman indicated that he would be watching the documentary from a "secret location".
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