‘Law & Order’ director’s wife explains why she stayed after he was convicted of possessing child pornography

In 2016, TV director Jace Alexander, best known for his work on “Law & Order,” was sentenced in New York to 10 years’ probation on child pornography charges.

He was sentenced after pleading guilty to promoting a sexual performance by a child and possessing an obscene performance by a child. He had faced up to seven years in prison. He also registered as a sex offender.

The 49-year-old actress told The Times of London Wednesday that she stayed with her husband because she didn’t want her children to grow up without a parent.

“I had no interest in having my kids grow up with a parent as long as he was willing to get help and be the best person he could,” said Corman. “And, again, I’m aware that decision does not sit well with some people. I wish I could tell you that that doesn’t upset me, but it does. I don’t like having to defend that choice. And I don’t love having my kids potentially read that.

“That’s really, really painful for me and really not something I ever anticipated,” continued Corman. “I was proud to be married to who I’m married to. And I’m still proud to be married to him. I am.”

Corman insisted that she never worried about Alexander hurting any of their three children.

“I did not personally worry that he would or had ever hurt the children,” said Corman. “I know that some people think I am crazy or a monster and that’s not been fun to read. I have zero desire to hear about [his] guilt and shame. I think in some ways it would be easier to do a show where I come out and say, ‘I got rid of the bum and here I am,’ but that’s not my story. My husband was never going to stop being the father of my three kids.”


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