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Actor who accused Charlie Sheen of assaulting Corey Haim made previous contradictory statements: Report

A man who recently accused Charlie Sheen of sexually assaulting a young Corey Haim during the 1980s, apparently accused Sheen of similar things before. His previous claims, however, contradict his most recent accusations.

Pop Culture reports that Dominick Brascia, a bit part actor, told The Enquirer that a then 21-year-old Sheen smoked marijuana with a then-14-year-old Haim, on the set of the film, Lucas, in 1986, before engaging in sexual activities with them.

“Haim told me he had sex with Sheen when they filmed ‘Lucas.’ He told me they smoked pot and had sex. He said they had anal sex. Haim said after it happened Sheen became very cold and rejected him. When Corey wanted to fool around again, Charlie was not interested.”

Yet, Brascia’s statements contradict what he told Perez Hilton in 2016 when he was questioned about whether Brascia himself sexually assaulted Haim. While defending himself, Brascia apparently said that the “real” abuser was an unknown man in his 40s. Sheen was in his 20s during the filming of Lucas.

“He [Haim] was 14 or 15 and his abuser whose identity he never revealed was in his forties. I’m in my fifties, the guy would be 73 today. If you believe this ‘friend of Corey’ you must believe Corey Haim lied.”

Last week, Haim’s mother, Judy Haim, told Dr. Oz that her son, who she claimed was “transparent,” never said a word about Sheen. Yet, she did say it was Brascia himself who sexually assaulted her son. She claimed she walked in on Brascia pinning Haim down. She alleged she threatened him with a pool stick, but she never reported the incident to authorities.

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Meanwhile, Charlie Sheen’s representative announced that the actor said he never touched Haim and “categorically denied” the allegations.

CrimeOnline reached out to Brascia for comment but so far, the requests are unanswered.

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