Alphy Hoffman Of 'Alphy's Soda Pop Club' Deletes Dodgers-Based Twitter Page After Corey Feldman's Dr. Oz Talk

Corey Feldman opened up to Dr. Oz, as reported by the Inquisitr, with Corey at last naming those who he alleges sexually abused him and other child actors in Hollywood. As reported by Jezebel, Corey can be seen in videos speaking with Dr. Oz about men like Jon Grissom, who Feldman claims sexually assaulted him in the 1980s. Corey also spoke on Today, earlier in the week, with Feldman previously mentioning convicted sex offender Marty Weiss as an abuser. On Dr. Oz, Corey also mentioned getting information from one of his Twitter followers about Alphy Hoffman, who once ran Alpha's Soda Pop Club, a hot club for famous teens decades ago.

Feldman spoke of discovering from his Twitter friend that Alphy had some sort of relationship with the L.A. Dodgers, with Corey telling Dr. Oz that Alphy works for the Dodgers. According to Poker Fraud Alert, Corey mentioned alleged molesters in his book, Coreyography: A Memoir. Corey told Dr. Oz that his lawyers forced him to change names, with readers wondering if Ralph Kaufman was Feldman's moniker for Alphy Hoffman.

Meanwhile, Corey told Dr. Oz that the club owner allegedly ran the club with a younger person who was supposedly his stepson, until Feldman found out that the young man was actually a lover and not a son. Feldman's book described discovering that the older man and younger man weren't actually stepdad and son but men Feldman claims worked as a team to coerce boys.

"Bill Kaufman was actually his step-dad, the one who had helped get Ralph into the business. None of that turned out to be true. Bill Kaufman wasn't Ralph's step-dad; Bill Kaufman was Ralph's lover. Together, Ralph and Bill had been working together, coercing young men into their home. I was just the latest in a series of boys to be groomed."
Meanwhile, is a popular hashtag on Twitter, with folks tweeting about Hoffman's recently deleted Twitter account. Prior to it being deleted, Alphy's Linkedin account noted that he was an employee of Bobby Hoffman Casting since 1983.
Corey Haim and Corey Feldman were best friends that were closer than brothers, according to an article published on Vice by Jennifer Juniper Stratford. Haim's name was mentioned once by Dr. Oz and Feldman noted that he'd promised not to say Corey's name in the interview. Dr. Oz apologized and noted that he wouldn't mention Haim's name again, but Feldman said that the way he called Haim his best friend, Corey was making it obvious about whom he was speaking. Haim spoke about Alphy's Soda Pop Club, along with his low opinion of Alphy.
"I got really sick and tired of Alphy, to be honest with you. I don't think he's a good human being, and you can print that s*** too! I don't think he was a good person at all. I lost complete respect for Alphy Hoffman. Alphy sucks! Point-f***ing-blank. He's a piece of s***t! A user."
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