He is now eligible for supervised visitation, based on a previous order in Jefferson County Family Court, Bradford said.His visitation rights were put on hold as a condition of his bond.A former EWTN priest and TV personality who hosted a talk show for youth from 2001-2007 called the allegations that he sexually abused his son a "scheme" by the mother, who denied him further visitation after saying the child told her of improper touching.
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ALABAMA By Greg Garrison | [email protected] Jefferson County jury today found a former EWTN priest and TV personality not guilty of child sexual abuse.
David Stone, 55, hosted a talk show for youth from 2001-2007 on EWTN.
While working at EWTN he fathered a child with an EWTN employee, Christina Presnell. Stone had been charged with sexually abusing his son.
"I think the jury reached the correct decision," said Stone's attorney, Chip Bradford.