BUT HE DID IT. AND HE WAS SO SHITFACED, AS HE ADMITTED HE DOES NOT REALLY REMEMBER.
Back in August, an epically shit-hammered Matthew Fox allegedly tried to crash a party bus only to find himself stuck in one of those classic jams where an uppercut to the ham wallet is the only way out. Except now he’s claiming his victim made the whole thing up, and it’s cost him acting work. TMZ reports:
Fox alleges in his countersuit … she’s just lying, and in reality he didn’t provoke her but she’s the one who physically attacked him.
Fox claims he’s lost work because TMZ and other media outlets have reported her lawsuit, and she has subjected him to “public hatred, contempt, ridicule and shame.”
FOR YEARS HE REFUSED TO DO A SEX OFFENDER COURSE AS THEY WANTED IT. HE DID IT AND IS NOW BEING RELEASED. HIS CHILDREN LOATH HIM. BUT YOU CAN BE SURE SOME GOOD ‘CHRISTIANS’ WILL TAKE HIM IN AND SUPPORT HIM. HOPE THEY DO NOT HAVE CHILDREN……..AWFUL MAN BUT THE ALL TOO OFTEN FACE OF CHRISTIANITY IS FOUL.
Former Christian politician and convicted sex offender Graham Capill is to be released next month after six years behind bars.
Capill was sentenced to nine years in jail in July 2005, after admitting sex crimes against three young girls. The offending started in 1990, the year after he became leader of the Christian Heritage Party.
He was granted parole this month and will be released in September, with conditions to last until his sentence date ends in June 2014.
The announcement came after the Parole Board, in a ruling released today, said it was satisfied Capill was unlikely to reoffend.
Convener Judge John MacDonald said Capill’s completion of the nine-month Kia Marama child-sex offenders’ programme, and a physchological report in May assessing him as posing a low-to-medium long-term risk of reoffending, helped the board reach its decision.
The completion of the Kia Marama programme in November last year “was important in Capill being able to demonstrate some reduction in his risk”. Capill had been working in the graduates’ group since then.
Secondly, “the psychologist noted that Capill had made progress in intellectually understanding his offending and the salient skills for managing his risk for reoffending,” Judge MacDonald said.
“Significantly, given his progress in treatment coupled with adherence to his parol conditions, the psychologist assessed this as being sufficient to manage his low/meduim recidivism rate risk upon release.