A shocking allegation was recently made against Two and a Half Men star Charlie Sheen, stating he raped the late actor Corey Haim when Haim was a teenager. Since Haim is no longer here, the only person who perhaps can confirm this story is Sheen. Sheen has denied these claims, but now someone else is speaking on the accusations — Haim's mother.

Judy Haim is setting the record straight. In a new interview with Dr. Oz, Judy admits that someone did molest her son, but it was not Charlie Sheen. Judy recounts when her son was filming the movie Lucas with Sheen and co-star Kerri Green, and states that she didn't notice anything different about him.

"I would have known if anything was wrong. My kid hid nothing, he was like... transparent. He never hid anything, he was Corey. It's out of character, that's number one," Judy says in the clip of the interview.

It seems that Judy will reveal who was responsible for taking advantage of her son, as she states the name of man but it was bleeped out.

"When my son was 13 he's not going to go and ask Charlie Sheen to go and sleep with him. I have to tell you, that this guy (bleep) is the guy that abused my son," she states.

The interview will air on Friday at 1 p.m.

Haim passed away at the age of 38 in 2010. He was a childhood star during the 80's, appearing in films, Firstborn, The Lost Boys, License to Drive, and Dream a Little Dream. Haim was paired with friend and actor Corey Feldman and the two were referred to as 'The Two Coreys'. Haim battled addiction throughout most of his life and checked himself into rehab quite often.

During the promotional tour for his book, Feldman spoke on the abuse he and Haim suffered as child actors. Feldman alleged that Haim allowed himself to be sodomized while he was filming the movie Lucas and that the two were part of a 'undergound pedeophilia ring' in Hollywood.

Feldman also blamed Haim's early death on someone who was a Hollywood mogul. Haim's mother was planning on suing Feldman if he continued to speak on the abuse her son allegedly suffered. Feldman claimed he did not want to tarnish Haim's legacy but could not let what happened to the both of them go unpunished.

You can watch Judy Haim's full interview with Dr. Oz on the Dr. Oz Show, 1 p.m. EST.