FLEMING ISLAND, Fla. -- Action News talks exclusively with one of the women secretly videotaped by a church pastor.
It's the secret church video that turned three women's lives upside down. Police say Pastor Greg Neal was caught taping women unchanging in his office at the Berean Baptist Church in 2001. Crystal Rigby talked by phone with Action News. "I was disappointed, really disappointed. I didn't want to believe it," said Rigby. "I used to watch Greg Neal's kids all the time. I felt betrayed," said Rigby.
Crystal doesn't go to Berean anymore, or even live in the area. "I left because my dad was terminally ill."
She doesn't have any harsh words for the Neal family. "There's no reason to lash out. They know what's been done is wrong. They don't need me to tell them that," said Rigby.
She spent years at the church making friends and becoming what she thought was part of a family. "I left with the mindset that they loved me, and cared about me. I trusted them. Sometimes I wonder if the only reason they treated me so nicely was out of guilt because they know what they did and covered it up," said Rigby.
What bothers Crystal even more is that Greg Neal isn't admitting he made the tape and he isn't being charged because of a statute of limitations. She just wants justice. "It's very upsetting to me. How would he like it if some man was videotaping his daughter. He'd want justice to be done for sure," said Rigby.
Rigby gave Action News permission to use her identity, even though she was a victim in the case. We have given the church numerous opportunities to comment on the video, but they have declined.