Here’s a list of people I don’t want at my funeral: Judy Haim, Corey Feldman, Todd Bridges, Baywatch‘s Nicole Eggert, Teen Witch star Robyn Lively and former Playmate Julie McCullough. We clear? OK, that being said, that’s the exact list of people who gathered at a Marina Del Ray restaurant to pay their respects to their recently deceased friend, Corey Haim.
Another attendee, Kristy Swanson, spoke to People and said the following of the memorial dinner:
“It was like a reunion. Robyn brought tons of old pictures – lots of people with crazy hair and funny clothes, and people gave Judy gifts. I had a picture of me with Corey on the set of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and I gave that to her. There were no speeches, just lots of picture taking, talking and sharing pictures of our kids.”
Well, that’s nice. But wait a minute– does anyone else find it odd that Feldman & Co. skipped his Canadian memorial service so it could be private and family-oriented, and then they have a dinner which they report the details of to the press? I have a hard time believing that someone like Corey Haim had a single friend in the world (one that didn’t enable him, that is), let alone that these people aren’t milking his death for any shred of relevancy that they can dig up.
April 11, 2010 at 12:13 pm by Molls
Well, maybe. Unless, you know, you were a close friend or maybe one of the four-thousand pharmacists that constantly refilled illegal ‘scripts.
Cali Attorney General Jerry Brown claims that Haim doc-hopped between seven different physicians to procure over five hundred pills of a varying type — such as Soma, Xanax, Valium and Vicodin. The 500+ pills were acquired between January of this year and March 10th, when he died.
What I’d like to know is how many of those pills were actually left on March 11th, 2010.
How does this even happen? I mean, who can get their hands on this kind of mass-quantity of drugs? Unless you’re a celebrity — or you’re forging prescriptions, which is what the AG’s thinking might have happened — I guess you’re shit-outta-luck, huh?
April 6, 2010 at 10:27 am by Sarah
Even though Corey Feldman decided to skip his BFF Corey Haim’s funeral services out of respect for the family and not wanting to create a media frenzy, he did take to his blog to tap out a good-bye to his buddy.
From Corey’s blog (I will be adding the shit out of that to my RSS feed, BTW):
This is for you on the day of your funeral. First off I am so sorry I am not there with you today. By that I mean my physical body is not with your physical body. However you know that my heart is right at your side. You also know the only reason I am truly not there is out of respect for your mother and her wishes to minimize the media attention as much as possible. I want your family to have a calm peaceful day. Hopefully we will not see one shot of the funeral on the news. Just know I am at home today projecting positive energy for you and your passing.
I miss you so much already. When I think of something funny I don’t know who to tell it to. I find myself trying to call you but then remember your not there. I think about the new movies we will soon be doing together and then suddenly realise that the dream is over. I always feared this day would come, and often rehearsed how to face it. But once confronted with the reality of it, it’s so much more painful than I could have ever imagined. Nobody will ever understand the brotherhood we shared. Nobody will ever get the inside jokes we told. Nobody will understand the magic of 22/222 . Nobody will ever know how to do the secret Corey handshake. Nobody will ever make me laugh as hard as you did. Nobody will ever make me fight as hard as you did. Nobody will ever challenge me the way you did. Nobody will ever need me the way you did.
My mission in life became saving yours. I never gave up, I tried …I walked away, but I always came back, to let you know I was there. In a dark and lonely world with spiteful angry people we always understood each others pain. I have been so hounded by the media and barraged with condolences since your death that I have not been given my own time to grief. I was still in shock while cameras were chasing me down the street looking for my feelings on the matter. When I did Larry King I could barely form sentences, but knew I had to be strong to send a message.
I never knew your death would have such a huge impact on the world. I learned something Corey, there are a lot of people out there who really love you, and appreciate the joy you have brough tho their hearts. I only wish you could see the way the world is mourning over your absence. I wish you could see how big the story is. I wish you could see your face finally filling the cover of People magazine and Entertainment Weekly! That would have meant so much to you. It is such a shame they all had to wait until you were gone to give you the respect you were due as an actor which is what you truly were. The great Canadian actor Corey Haim! I love you and I will forever keep that ring close to my heart. I will do my very best to help give you a memorial that is a celebration of your life the way you would have wanted it…..with everybody laughing and rocking out!
My heart is so broken and I know there are so many who feel the same way I do. We will remember your spirit and your fans will help me keep your legacy alive.
I pray that you are safe and warm and finally filled with peace.
I love you
CF Core Feldog DAWG C-DOG KID and every other name you used to call me…..dine!
If Corey Feldman’s mission in life was saving Corey Haim’s life, than he failed miserably at that on a lot of levels. I find Corey Feldman to be a particularly insincere person, but I do believe that the loss of his friend has been very hard for him.
March 18, 2010 at 10:45 am by Molls
Corey Feldman will not be attending the funeral of his BFF and frequent co-star, Corey Haim. The two have had a rocky relationship for quite some time, but supposedly that was behind them. Feldawg’s reason for staying clear of the Haimster’s funeral? He doesn’t want to start a media frenzy.
Feldman’s statement about his decision to skip the burial:
In the days following my best friend Corey Haim’s death, I have spent much time with his mother Judy, who has always been like a mother to me. I would love nothing more than to be by her side at Corey’s funeral, however, due to their strong religious beliefs and need for privacy, the family has decided to make Corey’s funeral on Tuesday a small private affair.
Understanding the recent media attention and to be respectful of the family’s wishes, I have decided not to attend.
Instead, I will remain in Los Angeles quietly mourning and planning his memorial. As a sign of respect, I am asking the media to honor Corey Haim by making the same choice. I am working with a few people who were close to Corey to put a memorial together within the next month. At that time, the media will be invited to honor and celebrate the legacy he has left behind, along with friends, fans and the rest of the Hollywood community.
March 15, 2010 at 9:38 am by Molls
Uh, well, it’s not exactly the slowest news day, but it would be a real shame if I didn’t post these delightfully racy photos of Amanda Seyfried from Esquire that have been floating around the web. I knew she was kind of a sleeper hit babe.
Here’s a round up of some other news in case these photos don’t do it for you (but FYI, if that’s the case, I don’t wanna know ya!):
- A Minnesota-based celebrity memorabilia site is picking up the tab for Corey Haim’s funeral. Even in death the guy is a sell out.
- Actor Peter Graves, 83, died of natural causes in Los Angeles yesterday.
- Gisele is starting an eco-friendly skincare line. Fascinating.
- NSFW: The Telephone video was shot partially on the former set of a gay porn!? Beyonce sat exactly where some dude had his dick hanging out! Amazing!
- If Zac Efron gets cast as Spiderman, I’m going to start cutting again.
March 14, 2010 at 5:10 pm by Molls
Corey Haim passed away earlier this week and while investigating his death, authorities have uncovered that the actor was involved with a huge prescription drug ring.
State Attorney General Jerry Brown says his office is conducting a probe of Haim’s death because an unauthorized prescription in his name was found during a probe of fraudulent drug-prescription pads in San Diego.
Brown said the prescription drug ring under investigation operates by ordering prescription drug pads from authorized vendors using stolen doctor identities — i.e., identity fraud.
The pads are sold on the street to prescription drug addicts or dealers.
The A.G. notes that many of the doctors whose names are printed on the forms are unaware that his or her identity has been stolen.
None of this information comes as much of a surprise at this point. Corey’s battle with drugs was long and well-documented, and I think many people are shocked that he made it as long as he did. As for prescription drugs, they are just as dangerous, if not more dangerous than your typical illegal narcotics. They are just as addictive and as long as you can get the money, there’s never a shortage. It’s a real shame is all.