Stephen Collins: Police Rush To Home After Suicide Report
Stephen Collins suicide report checked out by cops
“The officers walked into the house, it was empty,” a spokesman for West Valley Police Department told Us Weekly. “No one was home and there was no evidence of any shooting or gunshot, nothing happened.”
However, Stephen Collins name and reputation have taken a huge hit, and may never recover from the contents of that audio tape.
7th Heaven star Stephen Collins admits to child molestation
Since the tape was released re-runs of “7th Heaven” have been pulled from television, and Collins has been fired from his role in the Mark Wahlberg and Seth MacFarlane film, “Ted 2.”
Police are also investigating the “7th Heaven” star for child molestation after the audio taped confession, which was reportedly a conversation between Stephen Collins, his soon to be ex-wife, and a therapist.
Collins admitted to exposing himself to three minor girls around the ages of 10, 11, and 12, and that in one incidence there was touching, instigated by Stephen Collins.
This is likely just the tip of the iceberg for Stephen Collins, who has shocked and stunned so many of his fans, and raised a lot of questions about other children he’s worked with on “7th Heaven” and his other projects.