Corey Feldman's list of predators dating back to the Michael Jackson pedophile investigation actually does exist, police now say, after denying there was any record of claims made by the former child star in 1993, Fox News reported.
Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office public information officer Kelly Hoover told Fox News on Tuesday night in an emailed statement, "Following the recent inquiries into the Sheriff's Office interview of Mr. Feldman in 1993, the Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office conducted an additional review for any stored items remaining from the Michael Jackson investigation".
The Sheriff's Office initially denied Feldman's claims but have now confirmed they have located the audio of what Feldman was referring to.
Among those audio recordings was an interview with Feldman, which has now been handed over to the Los Angeles Police Department, the sheriff's office said.
"If anyone wants to go back to 1993 when I was interviewed by the Santa Barbara Police Department, I sat down and I gave them the names", Feldman said on the "Today" show.
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Feldman says they were busy investigating pop icon Michael Jackson for alleged child sexual abuse on his nearby Neverland Ranch (Jackson was acquitted of charges in 2005 and died in 2009).
Feldman has publicly revealed that one of is abusers was actor John Grissom, who had small parts alongside the "Lost Boys" star in the films "License to Drive" and "Dream a Little Dream".
As the #MeToo movement has gathered steam and forced a cultural shift around revelations of rape, sexual assault, harassment and abuse, Feldman has been an outspoken advocate for children in Hollywood.
It is unclear what exactly is on the audio files. At the time the show aired, the office said they had no record of Feldman's accusations.
"Everybody that affected my life, I'm going to give the perspective that I can give, what I viewed, what I experienced from a first-hand account", he told "Today".
On Twitter, Feldman celebrated this new news, saying that it was time for the LAPD to re-open the case against the men he says abused him. Now, they've changed their tune as they've located the interview and turned it over to the Los Angeles Police Department.