“There were times when I chose to believe his insane version of the truth because it was easier than believing that anyone is capable of being this much of monster,” Wisenbaker said in a statement released on social media.
“Some time ago I told him to get help and he asked me to him. I don’t regret and will regret trying to help someone in real need – I believe in forgiveness, redemption and recovery, but my life has become a complete shitstorm of someone else’s utter delusion.
“I didn’t want to say anything because I’m actively afraid for the safety of my family, but I do realise that I have a responsibility to speak up. The women that spoke out are brave beyond words.”