Stephen Collins' Divorce Papers Detail History of Child Molestation Claims
Faye says in the papers that in January 2012 she “learned for the first time that Stephen had been engaging in a long term pattern of sexually molesting children.”
The papers stated that Stephen “admitted that he had sexually molested three underage girls over a decade ago; at least two of the three girls were molested over the course of several years. At least one of the victims has filed a report with the New York City Special Victims Unit.”
“Obviously I am sickened by Stephen‘s actions. I have spent the past 20 months coping with the trauma of learning about Stephen‘s illness and worrying about my moral and legal responsibility,” Faye stated in the filings. “I have urged Stephen multiple times to seek proper treatment for pedophilia. I am particularly afraid of what may happen if he does not seek treatment, because he may be working or interacting with children in connection with his employment.”
Stephen‘s therapist said that he has “narcissistic personality disorder with sociopathic tendencies,” according to the documents.
After the audio tape of Stephen‘s confession was made public, Faye released a statement saying she had no part in releasing it to the world.