7th Heaven Dad’s Ex-Wife Has Something Even MORE Horrific To Reveal! AND His Lawyer Finally Releases A Statement Firing Back At Her!

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The tape of Stephen Collins confessing to child molestation is one of the most shocking things we’ve ever heard.

But the 7th Heaven star’s ex-wife Faye Grant, who recorded the therapy session without Collins’ knowledge, has one incredibly shocking allegation left.

[ Related: Stephen Collins’ Ex-Wife Reveals Her Disgust In Legal Docs ]

Grant reportedly wrote Collins an angry e-mail during their divorce last year which implied that he thought about molesting his own child.

We have an excerpt from the letter, and we have to warn you, it is NSFW and just horrible. Grant wrote:

“The comment you made just before I gave birth to our daughter when you said you hoped we didn’t have a little boy, because ‘you just didn’t know if you could keep his little penis out of your mouth’ was indication enough that you were sick… I should have followed my gut then, and then again 14 years ago, and kicked your ass to the curb.”

Yuck!

Collins denies this conversation ever took place.

[ Related: 7th Heaven Star Stephen Collins Fired From Ted 2 And Resigns From SAG Amidst Molestation Investigation ]

His lawyer Mark Vincent Kaplan is firing back at Grant in a statement, saying it’s just Collins’ money she’s after. He said:

“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.

When these demands were rebuffed, Faye attempted — without success — to peddle the tape in numerous ways to numerous different people. It appears that she has finally found an audience for this tape — not surprisingly, on the eve of the trial in the divorce case where, again, she is seeking millions of dollars more than that to which she is legally entitled…

Though we would like to address the tape itself, the circumstances dictate that we must regrettably refrain from doing so at this time.”

Even if she did demand money, does that make the tape fake? Or the confession on it untrue?

If not, if Collins really did those things he said on the tape, then frankly who cares what she’s trying to get out of the divorce?

[Image via Nikki Nelson/WENN.]

Oct 8, 2014 12:07pm PDT

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