The audio , which is extremely disturbing, was recorded at a therapy session with his wife, Faye Grant. The NYPD is currently investigating the situation.
Just for once wouldn't it be nice if actors portraying roles promoting traditional family values, actually had some of those values.
Reports indicate Collins made the admission sometime in 2012, when he and Grant were in a messy, prolonged divorce. The couple had gone to a therapist to work through the situation after Collins wrote a "disclosure" admitting the exposures, and Grant taped the admission. In California, it is legal to record a conversation in secret in order to gather evidence against a violent felony. Via TMZ:
You hear Collins flatly confess to molesting an 11-year-old New York girl -- a relative of his first wife -- saying, "There was one moment of touching where her hand, I put her hand on my penis." He also acknowledges exposing himself to the girl "a couple of times" ... he says when she was 11, 12 and 13.
Grant asks, "When you exposed yourself ... did you have an erection?" He responds, "No, I mean, no. Partial, maybe I think."
Grant then inquires about other girls. Collins mentions an L.A. girl who lived in their neighborhood, but says he tried righting the wrong by apologizing to her years later.
And then they talk about yet another girl. It's incredible ... Collins has trouble keeping the girls straight, but then he gets clear and confirms the incident. We're told this girl was also from New York and was between 12 and 13 at the time.
The NYPD has apparently been in possession of the tape for some time, with detectives having made their way to L.A. last week to question Grant. As the tape indicates, the NYPD told TMZ that there are "at least three" victims, and they are investigating "inappropriate contact with minors."