Actor Corey Feldman revealed his plan to expose a network of Hollywood pedophiles Wednesday. REUTERS

Actor Corey Feldman wants to make a documentary that exposes the sex abuse he and his peers faced in the entertainment industry. Feldman posted a video on Youtube Wednesday were he said he was a victim of sexual abuse and announced he started an Indiegogo campaign to fund the film. Feldman dubbed it the "Truth Campaign."

Feldman is arguably most famous for playing "Mouth" in the cult-classic movie "The Goonies." He was a child star on the rise. Years later, however, he and fellow actor Corey Haim were molested and "passed around" in a pedophile-ring in Hollywood.

Feldman's plans to make a documentary come light of the recent Harvey Weinstein scandal, where dozens of actresses accused him of sexual abuse.

In the almost seven minute long video, the actor claimed that he could name several people that were involved in a pedophile ring. One person remains a powerful figure in Hollywood today.

"What I am proposing is a plan that I believe can literally change the entertainment system as we know it, and I believe that I can also bring down, potentially, a pedophile ring that I have been aware of since I was a child. Right of the bat, I can name six names, one of them who is still very powerful today. A story that links all the way up to a studio and connects pedophilia to one of the major studios," Feldman said.

Feldman said since he began to talk about the documentary, he was arrested, suffered a near-death experience and was almost hit by a truck. The actor claimed someone was trying to take him out and stated some of the funds from his campaign would be used to pay for security to protect him and his family.

"Ever since I discussed the fact that I had this plan my life has turned in to utter chaos," he said.

"I've been arrested. I had a near death experience last night, where I felt like I was almost going to get killed. Two trucks came speeding at me at the same time on a crosswalk. Several of my band members decided to quit, because they're afraid of their lives," Feldman said.

On the campaign site Feldman asked for $10 million. "I need to protect myself, I need to protect my family, I need additional security and I need a legal team to help represent me, so that I can fulfill this mission," he said.

Actors Corey Haim and Corey Feldman pose outside Las Palmas club in Hollywood, 2001. Haim passed away in 2010. Getty

A few hours after the video was posted the campaign had already gained $29,316.