Corey Feldman says he has a plan to bring his Hollywood abusers to justice - but he won't name names to protect his family.
Feldman, 46, who's been outspoken for years about alleged abuse he and his late friend and childhood co-star Corey Haim suffered - tweeted, "I will not [be] going on a talk show 2 disclose names of my abuser or [anyone else's] abusers."
However, he added he's "working on a plan" that might "shed some [light] on this situation if I can figure out a way 2 get actual justice while not risking my safety & well being, reports News.com.au.
You will know when that time comes! ... Let me add, this not about fear of being sued! Yes, that's a real possibility but the bigger reason is safety 4 my family."
Feldman said the latest round of allegations involving Harvey Weinstein's alleged sexual assaults has motivated him to resurrect his campaign against the paedophile ring he says abused him as a young child.
"That said I am working on a plan that may b a way forward to shed some lite on this situation! If I can figure out a way 2 get actual justice.
"Nobody should live their lives in fear except those who committed these heinous crimes in the 1st place! I have faith God will c this thru," he tweeted.
This week, a clip resurfaced of Barbara Walters challenging Feldman's claims of abuse on The View in 2013, which has won Feldman further support.
His accusations prompted Walters to proclaim "you're damaging an entire industry," which immediately resulted in backlash against the seasoned reporter.