6 of 9
Andrew explains that child molestation is a very planned, calculated act by the adult and takes months or even years to gain a child's trust enough to take action. So, does he fear he'll molest again?

Andrew: Actually, you know, I don't, because of treatment and because all I see is that last look on Angelina's face. Can I speak to her for just a second?

Oprah: Please do.

Andrew: You are one of the driving forces behind the fact that I am in treatment. I saw the look on your face. I read the letters that you sent me. I don't want to put that on anyone else ever again. I am working very hard. You know the very best thing that I can do for you is to change me, so that you and I both know I will not do this again. I can't put what I did to you on anyone else. That's what I'm looking so hard to do. I want to give someone else out there a chance to never go through what you went through.
PREVIOUS | NEXT
FROM: I Shot My Molester
Published on October 01, 2004

NEXT STORY

Comment

LONG FORM
ONE WORD