Stephen Collins' Alleged Victim Speaks Out About His Crimes in an Extensive Interview
One of Stephen Collins‘ victims has given an interview and divulged all the details of his disgusting crime against her.
April Price, 44, said she was visiting her aunt in Los Angeles in the summer of 1983. Her aunt lived across from Stephen, and one day she knocked on his door.
“Eventually I got the courage up to knock on his door to ask for his autograph and he was kind and said, ‘I don’t have a photograph here, but I will get one and get it to you.’ Then, one day I was in kitchen cooking breakfast and I look up and I see Mr Collins walking through the courtyard, right in front of my aunt’s big bay window. He was completely naked. He had no clothes on whatsoever. He had a wad of clothes in his hands. I was taken aback. That was strange. Wow. Who would do that? At the time, I didn’t think it was necessarily sinister really, but I thought it was odd. It was not like he tried to cover up. He knew I was there while he was naked. He could see me there,” April described to the DailyMail.
She then described another time when Stephen tried to help her set up her Atari at her aunt’s house.
“I don’t know at what point he did it, but when he turned around, his pants were completely unfastened. His penis was hanging out and I’m just shocked. He doesn’t make any mention of it. He doesn’t act any differently. So I decided to play along and didn’t say anything either. I just acted like it was not out, which was weird because it was hanging out of his pants,” April detailed.
April also detailed a time when she was at his apartment, and she turned around and he was “completely naked.” She added that he “put his genitalia right at [her] eye level.”
Stephen eventually apologized to her: “I want you to understand what I did. I know it was extremely wrong. I really apologize for it, if I ever made you uncomfortable…I accepted his apology at the time. I was conflicted but being on the set and having this blow up, I wasn’t sure what to do.”
For more of April‘s interview, visit the Daily Mail.