By: Michael “The Sizzler” Jacobs, Staff Writer

HOLLYWOOD, CA — Actor Charlie Sheen responded on Wednesday to the explosive report that he allegedly raped child actor Corey Haim when they both worked on the set of Lucas in 1986.

First reported by the National Enquirer, Sheen’s spokesperson has responded with a serious denial of the allegations made against Charlie Sheen. At the time of the alleged incident, Charlie Sheen was 19 and Corey Hame who died in 2010, was 13 at the time of the alleged rape.

Sheen’s publicity agent told The Hollywood Reporter: “Charlie Sheen categorically denies these allegations.”

The National Enquirer claims that after a five year probe into the allegations of Charlie Sheen and Corey Haim, they allegedly uncovered other incidents involving Sheen and other young boys from the film though they did not provide specific actor’s identities.

The National Enquirer unleashed the person at the center of the explosive allegations, former actor and best friend of Corey Haim, Dominick Brascia who told the Enquirer that Corey had told him he had smoked marijuana with Sheen and had anal sex while they both were working on the set of the 1986′ movie ‘Lucas’. He also claims that Haim told him that Sheen and Haim hooked up one more time when Corey Haim was 20 years-old.

According to the Enquirer, three additional unnamed sources backed up Brascia’s claims. The publication as expected, ties claims alleged by actor Corey Feldman to its allegations made about Charlie Sheen. The most shocking evidence that could possibly prove the allegations are the statements made by Denise Richards, Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife, in their divorce proceedings.

The story has captured nationwide publicity – so much so that the Los Angeles police department confirmed to our newsroom that on Wednesday, they have opened an investigation into Feldman’s accusations but did not release any further details pertaining to the case.


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