Actor Stephen Collins, who starred in “7th Heaven,” claims in new legal documents that he’s unable to get work because of an audio tape of his confessing to child molestation, reports TMZ.com.
As previously reported, the ABC drama “Scandal” dropped Collins after the audio tape surfaced, and he was also cut from the upcoming movie “Ted 2.”
In new legal documents obtained by TMZ, Collins said his divorce proceedings with Faye Grant have become easier since there won’t be much of a dispute over future income.
“Faye’s decision to parade that recording … has resulted in Stephen having no income other than investment income and pension income,” Collins’ attorney said. The attorney added, “Stephen suffers greatly from the pillaring (sic) by the media surrounding Faye’s unlawful recording.”