Former child star Corey Feldman recently published his memoir, "Coreyography," in which he reveals that as a young actor in Hollywood, his life was filled with drugs, excesses and even sexual abuse at the hands of highly successful figure in the entertainment industry. Take a look at other shocking celebrity memoirs.
Maureen McCormick, "Here's the Story"
The former child star and clean-cut Marsha from "The Brady Bunch" revealed her history of drug abuse, bulimia and trading sex for drugs.
Laura Bush, "Spoken From the Heart"
In her memoir, the former first lady recounts publicly for the first time a car accident she had when she was 17 in Midland, Texas, which ended the life of a popular athlete at her school.
Clive Davis, "The Soundtrack of My Life"
The music mogul revealed in his recent memoir that he is bisexual, which he says is "something that my children and close friends have always known, but that I knew I would need to discuss in a biography."
Cyndi Lauper, "A Memoir"
The pop icon described a "shocking" incident in her to-the-point memoir in which she was sexually assaulted by a male member of her band in the '80s while being restrained by two women.
Mackenzie Phillips, "High on Arrival"
The former child star and daughter of John Phillips of the Mamas & the Papas, wrote in her tell-all that she carried on a sexual relationship with her father for over 10 years.
Andre Agassi, "Open"
In the tennis star's explosive memoir, he admits to using crystal meth for about a year while playing tennis and that he wore a hairpiece that nearly fell off at the 1990 French Open.
Anne Heche, "Call Me Crazy"
The actress has admitted to "going crazy" and describes this in her book, along with years of abuse at the hands of her Baptist minister father.
Drew Barrymore, "Little Lost Girl"
The actress chronicled her drug- and alcohol-fueled childhood in her 1990 autobiography "Little Girl Lost," confessing that she started smoking cigarettes at age 9 and snorting cocaine at 13.
Hulk Hogan, "My Life Outside the Ring"
The wrestling superstar revealed in his 2009 memoir that several events, including a divorce from his wife of nearly 25 years, he put a gun to his head and almost pulled the trigger.
Dave Navarro, "Don't Try This at Home"
The singer-songwriter and guitarist is known for his hard-partying ways, which were detailed even further in his memoir, which he admitted to co-writing in his mansion surrounded by strippers, hookers and drug dealers.
Jodie Sweetin, "Unsweetined"
The former "Full House" star has acknowledged having a serious substance abuse problem most of her life, and even admits in her memoir that she did drugs right before getting in front of a lecture hall to talk about how she got clean.
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