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Endicott Woman Bringing Awareness to Sex Abuse Case on National TV

ENDICOTT-- Holley was a mother of two when she thought she had met the love of her life while both of them were working in a hardware store. 

After nine years of dating, Holley married Brian Angel in 2009. A year later they had a son together. A year after that, she had Brian arrested.

"I had gotten a phone call from a girl that had stopped by the house that said Brian was walking around naked asking her for sexual favors.  Up until that point I had no idea anything was going on.  I thought he was just a good husband and father," said Angel.

She says one girl's confession lead to five others.  Some family members, some from girls living in Holley's neighborhood.

"I asked another girl, 'do you know what's going on?  Do you have any idea?' and she said yes he's done the same thing to me," said Angel.

Holley recently decided to go on the Discovery Channel show "What the Bleep Did I Marry" to share her story so other victims might come forward. 

"The reason the girls and I decided to go on national television to tell our story was so that any other victim could come forward or find comfort and come forward," said Angel.

She says she believes Brian was abusing girls over their 11 year relationship.  She says the abuse started for one victim at two years old.

She says Brian was charged with two counts of sexual abuse.  He took a plea deal and was sentenced to three years behind bars. He is set to be released at the end of this year.

Holley says Endicott Police continue to investigate the case. If you are a victim or know someone who is you can call 607- 754-2701.


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