Feldman and his two female companions get frisked by police after the law enforcement officers received a report of trouble in the actor's Los Angeles mansion.
Actor Corey Feldman has become a victim of the latest swatting prank. According to a TMZ report, police received an apparent prank call of unknown trouble at the actor's house on Thursday, September 26 and responded immediately.
Feldman, who took part in 1985's movie "The Goonies", went out of the house in red bathrobe along with his two female companions after multiple cruises and a helicopter appeared in front of his house at around 2 A.M. In a video obtained by the site, Feldman can be seen being frisked by the officers, while the two women in dressing gown are also being inspected.
After searching the actor's home, the authorities determined that the call was a hoax and left the property. Following the incident, Feldman tweeted on Thursday afternoon, saying, "Another interesting week."
In other news, the former child actor, who calls his female companions "Corey's Angels," went to Paul McCartney's concert on Hollywood Boulevard with two women earlier this week. Feldman dressed casually in black top and pants during the Tuesday outing. One of the women sported white tank top, a black skirt and a fedora hat, while the other opted for a black top and faded jeans.