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Originally posted 03/17/2010 12:15PM
As Corey Haim was being laid to rest in Toronto, his good friend Corey Feldman was paying his own kind of tribute at an L.A.-area tattoo parlor.
On Tuesday, the actor went to T Man Tattoo in Studio City, Calif., and got the number '222' inked on his arm alongside an elaborate illustration depicting a hot air balloon being lifted into the clouds featuring the name of his son, Zen. The basket portion of the hot air balloon tattoo was a peace sign, which Feldman converted from a tattoo of his ex-wife's name. "It was a cover-up," he told Splash News.
"[I've] attached some strings to it," he said. "The basket's got my son's name in it. And then I'm putting his eyes underneath it, so it's kind of like his eyes are lifting up the basket which is going into the clouds."
Feldman explained the number, which he had inked on the left side of the balloon and cloud scene, represented Haim, who also had that number tattooed on his body.
"On the day of his funeral I felt like I should mark hm on my body forever," he said. "Now we're matching."
Originally posted 03/11/2010 11:00AM
While Corey Feldman appreciates the outpouring of support over the tragic death of his longtime friend Corey Haim at 38, he's also "very troubled" as he wonders where the support was during Haim's life.
Feldman, who appeared on Larry King Live Wednesday night, said Haim was "very destitute, very broke," had no car and few friends.
"At the end of the day, Larry, where were all these people the last 10 years, the last 15 years of Corey's life?" asked Feldman, also 38. "Where were all these people to lend a hand out, to reach out to him and say, you know, you're a legend, you're – you're an amazingly talented, wonderful person who's really never gone out of his way to hurt anybody other than himself?"
Originally posted 03/10/2010 02:05PM
In a statement released Wednesday after Corey Haim's untimely death at age 38, longtime friend and frequent costar Corey Feldman expressed grief at the loss of his "best friend."
Originally posted 10/28/2009 09:25PM
Corey Feldman is hoping to avoid a messy split from his wife and is putting their son first, his rep said in a statement Wednesday.
"Corey is deeply hurt and saddened by this unexpected change in their relationship, and has done nothing to contribute to the demise of the marriage," the statement reads.
Susie Sprague filed for divorce on Oct. 22 after seven years of marriage and is seeking sole custody of their son, Zen, 5, with visitation rights for Feldman. She's also seeking spousal support.
Originally posted 10/28/2009 02:30PM
Sometimes even the magic of music can't save a marriage, it seems.
When Corey Feldman serenaded his wife, Susie, in 2008 for a second-season episode of The Two Coreys, the poolside ballad, complete with backup singer and string band, seemed to invigorate a sometimes tense relationship. And you'd think that if she could put up with his admittedly less-than-smooth crooning, she could put up with anything. But Susie filed for divorce Tuesday after seven years of marriage.
Check out this video flashback of the couple in happier times.
Now, if he'd only covered Turtle Time from his 1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie …
– Michael Y. Park
Originally posted 10/27/2009 07:50PM
Corey Feldman's wife has filed for divorce, seeking sole custody of their 5-year-old son Zen as well as spousal support, Los Angeles court records show.
Feldman, 38, and Susie Sprague were married in October 2002, nine months after meeting in a nightclub, on the set of VH1's The Surreal Life in a ceremony officiated by MC Hammer and a rabbi.
In her Oct. 22 filing, Sprague asks that Feldman be granted visitation rights.
A rep for Feldman, who recently starred in The Two Coreys reality show with fellow 80's teen heartthrob Corey Haim, wasn't immediately available for comment.
Originally posted 07/07/2009 03:55PM
Corey Feldman has said he's "shaken up" by the death of his friend and idol Michael Jackson. To pay homage to the late, great star, Feldman has twice dressed in a Jackson-style outfit.
On Tuesday, the actor showed up to mourn his old friend at the Michael Jackson Memorial Concert at the Staples Center in L.A. wearing a faux-military jacket, shades, and a black fedora.
Just two days after Jackson's death, during Feldman's L.A. concert with his band Truth Movement, the actor told the audience he wanted to honor "the world's greatest entertainer" with a moment of silence – all while dressed in a Jackson-style buttoned regal jacket.
Originally posted 06/28/2009 09:30AM
An unlikely musical tribute rolled in to the King of Pop Saturday, this one from someone who knew Jackson since his own childhood.
Corey Feldman – who befriended Jackson in the 1980s, at the time the young actor rose to fame in The Goonies and Stand By Me – dedicated a Los Angeles concert with his rock band Truth Movement to the singer who died Thursday. Feldman, distraught and moody, told the crowd Jackson was watching over the show.
Originally posted 08/01/2008 02:00PM
A week after '80s idol Corey Feldman told PEOPLE he will no longer speak to longtime friend Corey Haim until Haim gets sober, one of their final heated arguments is about to be aired.
In an exclusive clip from an upcoming episode of the A&E reality series The Two Coreys, Feldman and his wife call on two close pals – former teen stars Todd Bridges and Pauly Shore – in an effort to get Haim to admit he needs help.
Having been scheduled to film a cameo appearance in the direct-to-DVD sequel to The Lost Boys, Haim appeared on the set clearly under the influence, stumbling and slurring his speech. A few days later, Feldman staged the meeting at his house, with less-than-stellar results.
Originally posted 07/25/2008 04:45PM
Former '80s teen idols and onetime best friends, Corey Feldman and Corey Haim are now locked in a bitter six-month-old feud that has them refusing to speak or even stand together for a photo, PEOPLE reports in its latest issue.
Feldman, 37, has sworn to have no further contact with his former pal until Haim, 36, gets sober, telling PEOPLE, "As a friend and somebody that cares deeply about the guy, I'm not going to watch him destroy himself."
Haim, who says he has been sober for the past 10 months – ever since he was shown as being under the influence on the A&E reality show The Two Coreys – tells PEOPLE he's in no rush to make amends, and that he's still dealing with the pain of having been sexually abused as a child – a trauma that both men admit they endured.
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