One half of “The Two Coreys“, Corey Feldman, accused Jon Grissom and several other men of abuse and molestation him and Corey Haim in his new documentary.
Both Feldman and Ham were children movie starts back in the 1980s, starring in blockbusters like The Goonies (1985), Stand by Me (1986), and The Lost Boys (1987).
Jon Grissom had minor roles in License to Drive (1988) and Dream A Little Dream (1989), movies in which Feldman and Ham starred. Prior to that, Feldman’s father hired him as Corey’s personal assistant. Feldman already mentioned Grissom in his memoir Coreyography, but had to change his name to Ron Crimson for legal purposes. He wrote: “Every time I walked across the street to talk business with my father, Ron would saunter over and manage to say something outrageously funny. We hit it off immediately. It was almost eerie how similar we were. It was as if he had studied me and was copying my every move.”
He mentioned that Grissom gave him pills and how the two of them would go out regularly and do cocaine together. The first case of abuse happened while both of them were high.
“I had so many hazy thoughts rolling around in my drug-addled brain, floating across my eyelids like clouds… It wasn’t okay. I was petrified. But I didn’t want a confrontation with my new, close friend,” Feldman said.
The first time Corey publicly stated that Ron Crimson is, in fact, Jon Grissom was in 2017 when he appeared on TV as a Dr. Oz’s guest. He said: “This guy on his Myspace page and on his Facebook page has got pictures of me and Corey Haim. He still taunts it and flaunts it.”
Dr. Oz did some digging and discovered that Grissom served time in prison for similar acts in 2003 and that he is now a fugitive, having failed to register as an offender. He is also wanted for drug charges.