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Stephen Collins admits: I am broken

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Stephen Collins is battling his demons on a large scale. The embattled actor sat down with Yahoo Global News anchor Katie Couric to discuss the abuse allegations against him. The interview will be posted on Yahoo Friday morning, and airs later on ABC's 20/20.

The ex Seventh Heaven star, 67, had been keeping a low profile since October when TMZ released a recording of him in a 2012 therapy session admitting to child molestation. Collins has maintained his estranged wife Faye Grant secretly taped him and leaked the admission to get a better deal in their divorce. This past week, Collins released a statement to People admitting to inappropriate sexual conduct with three female minors. Even though he is still a “flawed person,” the actor tells Couric his faith helped him heal and the abominable behavior is behind him now.

"In the church, it's actually one of the things I love about the church ... Christ says in so many ways, 'Bring me that which about you is broken. Bring it.' And, most people are broken in some way," he says.

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