In Touch exclusively reveals a new revelation surrounding the molestation allegations against Stephen Collins. In the new issue of In Touch, a source close to the situation reveals that Stephen’s wife, Faye Grant, buried her suspicions about the shocking claims due to advice from their reverend.
In 2000, Stephen found out that his wife had received an anonymous letter from an alleged victim. According to the source, he then asked Faye and the reverend of his LA church to meet with him. Once together in their church, Stephen begged them not to believe the shocking allegations.
“That meeting began with Faye declaring, ‘I’m done with the marriage,’” the source exclusively tells In Touch. But Rev. David Miller told Faye, “I believe him. He’s a good man.” And the priest’s words changed her mind and made her bury her suspicions. (Reached by In Touch, Rev. Miller’s wife refused comment on his behalf.)
Faye’s lingering concerns led her to enter therapy with Stephen, but it would be years, it appears, until she learned the full scope of his secrets. In the recorded 2012 session, he confessed to molesting three girls between the ages of 10 and 13.