We turn to the man who confessed to the crimes. Ariel castro, his daughter arlene castro joins us now. Thank you so much for joining us now, arlene. You were probably the last PERSON TO SEE gina... See More
We turn to the man who confessed to the crimes. Ariel castro, his daughter arlene castro joins us now. Thank you so much for joining us now, arlene. You were probably the last PERSON TO SEE gina DeJesus alive. What was your reaction when you learned that your father had confessed to holding her captive for so many years? I would have to say I was -- I'm really disappointed, embarrass embarrassed, mainly devastated about this whole situation. When was the last time you spoke to your father? It's -- it was late last month. And had you been in regular contact with him and had you had any kind of inkling at all that something of this could be going on inside his house? No, I had no idea. We -- me and my father were never really that close. We -- every time we would talk it would just be short conversations and just a hello, how are you doing and let me know if you need anything and that was it every time. And did you ever meet the little girl, jocelyn? No, I have never met her before. In terms of violence in the home, did you ever witness that? Oh, no, never. Never. And what would you like to say to gina, her family and the other women now? I would like to say I am absolutely so, so sorry. I really want to see you, gina, and I want you to meet my kids. I'm so sorry for everything. Thank you for coming on, sharing that message this morning. I know this has been hard few days for you.
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