When speaking to Extra! about the interview, Kelly explained that, “They started off as your normal 22, 24-year-old girls, a little bubbly, kinda giggly, and then when we did get into it, the tears started to flow. Imagine how painful that would be. They never chose to have this piece of their family story put out there, and I think they are struggling with what people are assuming about their family and about what happened to them.”
“They told me that (he has been forgiven),” Kelly continued. “They also talked about the journey from the pain to the forgiveness, and it was not without some bumps in the road. All of the children went through counseling, all of them, not just Josh, not just the victims, all of them went through licensed therapist counseling to try to get through what happened.”
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