Former child star Corey Feldman responded Wednesday to claims that his eccentric musical performance on “Today” on Sept. 19 was the result of being high on drugs.
Saying that he has been sober for more than 25 years, Feldman, 45, told People magazine, “There’s nothing in this world that would ever make me do cocaine or heroin or any of that stuff ever again.”
He attributed his motivation to his love for his son Zen, 12, with ex-wife, Susie Sprague.
“That’s where my love is and where my heart is,” Feldman said. “There’s no time to mope around or to be depressed, because I have to be a positive influence on him. That’s what’s most important.”