Corey Haim's mother says Charlie Sheen did not rape her son

  • Corey Haim's mother says Charlie Sheen did not rape her son

Corey Haim's mother says Charlie Sheen did not rape her son

The statement comes in response to a report from the National Enquirer, in which Haim's friend Dominick Brascia claims the late actor told him about the sexual encounter with Sheen.

"Haim told me he had sex with Sheen when they filmed 'Lucas.' He told me they smoked pot and had sex".

"What people forget is that's money they're taking from my children", he said.

"Haim said after it happened Sheen became very cold and rejected him", claimed Mr Bascia. Sheen would have been 19 at the time.

WIBC host Tony Katz told listeners about his reaction when he read the report. Judy claimed that Feldman told Haim he thought he "would like it" to see Brascia again.

According to Brascia, the Lucas costars also had sex years later.

But he has never named Sheen, now 52 and battling HIV, as the alleged perpetrator.

Metro.co.uk has reached out to Charlie Sheen's reps for further comment.

Brascia's allegations against Sheen, now 52, come four years after Corey Feldman made allegations in his 2013 memoir, Coreyography, that he and Haim - with whom he starred alongside in Lost Boys - had been sexually abused by people in the industry. She said she walked into Brascia's apartment, where he had Haim pinned down, refusing to let him up until she threatened him with a pool stick.

Now, appearing on US TV's The Dr Oz Show, Judy Haim has said she is adamant that Sheen did not rape her son, going on to claim that she knows the true identity of Haim's alleged abuser.

This is not the first time close friends of Haim, who passed away in 2010 aged just 38, have alleged he was sexually abused as a child.

Corey Feldman has not spoken out about exactly what Corey Haim went through, and of course, Haim is no longer around to address the allegations himself.

Charlie Sheen is being accused of raping Corey Haim over 30 years ago. He had a public breakdown on social media afterward, spawning the now famous hashtag #winning.

Brascia is a former bit part actor who landed small roles in films such as Friday the 13th: A New Beginning, Evil Laugh, and My Life as a Troll.