“Scandal” Cuts Stephen Collins Amid Child Molestation Allegations


In the alleged email to Collins, Grant recalled that, after the birth of their daughter, Kate, in 1989, he told her he had hoped it wasn’t a boy because he didn’t know if he could resist having oral sex with the child.



“Scandal” Cuts Stephen Collins Amid Child Molestation Allegations
Sickening accusations continue to emerge from “7th Heaven” star Stephen Collins’ past, including a perverted fantasy of having oral sex with a son — if he had one.

The latest skin-crawling claim against the actor to surface came in a 2013 email that was reportedly written by his estranged wife, Faye Grant, and published Wednesday by TMZ.com.

In the alleged email to Collins, Grant recalled that, after the birth of their daughter, Kate, in 1989, he told her he had hoped it wasn’t a boy because he didn’t know if he could resist having oral sex with the child. “I should have followed my gut then ... and kicked your a-- to the curb,” Grant wrote in the email, concluding that Collins’ alleged remark was “indication enough” that Collins was “sick.”

Sources close to Collins told TMZ it was “absolutely untrue” that Collins ever expressed to Grant incestuous fantasies and that he never received the email.

The latest twist in the revolting story came a day after tape recordings surfaced of Collins, 67, confessing that he molested a 14-year-old girl in 1972 and exposed himself to two other girls.

The Los Angeles Police Department, which obtained the recordings from Grant, opened an investigation in 2012, but no formal charges were filed.


The NYPD also looked into the 1972 molestation claim, which allegedly occurred in Greenwich Village, and interviewed the accuser in 2013. But the investigation did not result in charges being filed because the statute of limitations had run out.

A source privy to the NYPD investigation told the Daily News on Wednesday that Collins sexually abused the girl, who was a relative of his, two additional times at her family’s home in upstate New York.

The source described one incident in which Collins allegedly walked into the victim’s room wearing just a towel. “It’s outrageous,” the source said. “The victim said he came in and it was clear that he was going to do the same thing. He exposed himself, but she pretended to be asleep, so there was no real contact.”

After seeing Collins on TV and learning the actor had a young daughter and a niece living with him, the accuser was moved to write an anonymous letter in 2000 to Grant telling her about the abuse, the source said.

Grant later learned the alleged victim’s identity and emailed her in July 2012.

“I can only imagine the scars created from an adult behaving that way towards you,” Grant wrote to the victim in an email obtained by The News.

The audio recordings were secretly made by Grant in a marriage counseling session she attended with Collins in January 2012. Soon after, he filed for divorce.

The bombshell tapes obliterated the strait-laced reputation Collins garnered while playing beloved Rev. Eric Camden in “7th Heaven” — a family drama that ran from 1996 to 2007.

In a February 2000 interview with The News, Collins expressed outrage over a topless photo of his then 17-year-old “7th Heaven” co-star Jessica Biel that appeared in Gear magazine. At the time, he told The News he considered the photo to be child pornography.

While Grant has denied leaking the tapes to TMZ, Collins’ attorney has accused her of using the recordings to blackmail the actor on the eve of their divorce trial.

“Over the course of my representation of Stephen in the divorce case, Faye has repeatedly threatened to give this audiotape to the media unless Stephen agreed to pay her millions of dollars more than that to which she was legally entitled,” attorney Mark Vincent Kaplan said.

Grant’s attorney, Marty Singer, scoffed at the extortion charge, telling The News that Kaplan’s statement was “malicious, defamatory and fabricated.”