Corey Feldman: LAPD says NO stab wounds present after actor checks himself into hospital, claiming he was stabbed

An officer with the LAPD police department confirmed on Wednesday that actor Corey Feldman, who self-checked himself in the hospital on Tuesday, had no lacerations to his abdomen after an alleged stabbing incident.

CrimeOnline spoke with Officer Lizeth Lomeli, an LAPD Media Relations spokesperson, who confirmed that Feldman called for police assistance after checking himself into a local hospital on Tuesday night. According to Lomeli, Feldman told officers he was sitting in his car at the corner of Reseda and Ventura Blvd in Los Angeles at around 10:45 p.m., when a man approached him, made stabbing motions at his abdomen, then fled the scene.

Lomeli confirmed that there were no lacerations or injuries on Feldman’s abdomen. She said it’s unclear whether he had any other injuries elsewhere, but none were noted by responding officers. The news comes after Feldman took to Twitter on early Wednesday morning and announced he’d been attacked by one man while two other men distracted his security guard, who was reportedly with him at the time.

Feldman posted photos of himself, apparently taken from inside a hospital room, where he wore a standard hospital robe and covered himself from the stomach down with a sheet. Feldman claimed that LAPD is currently investigating the alleged incident as an “attempted homicide,” but the comment has not been substantiated.

The description of the alleged perpetrator is still unclear. The identity of the security guard reportedly with Feldman when the alleged incident took place is also unclear.

Last year, Feldman started fundraiser campaigns, in part to hire security to protect him after he announced plans to expose Hollywood pedophiles. Shortly after tweeting about the reported stabbing, Feldman shared a link to his GoFundMe fundraiser page, entitled “TRUTH CAMPAIGN 2: SECURED.”

The story is still developing. Check back with CrimeOnline as additional information becomes available.

[Feature Photo: Corey Feldman via AP/Richard Shotwell/Invision, File]