Is Zach Willing to Take a Lie Detector Test? Also, Sexual Abuse Charges Pending Against Him
UPDATE: Since the show aired on November 30, 2011, Zachary Tomaselli recanted his allegations of abuse against former Syracuse basketball coach Bernie Fine, telling CNN in April, “Basically, I’m a sociopath. I take a lot of pride in lying.” Tomaselli again recanted, and reaffirmed that he was molested by Fine. In a statement, Zachary said, "Yes, my credibility with the media is shot, but I am not going to give up now. Bernie molested me. Period."
Tomaselli also reported to prison in Maine on April 18 after pleading guilty to molesting a boy, and was sentenced to three years and three months.
Zach Tomaselli, who has told police that Syracuse Associate Head Coach Bernie Fine abused him when he was 13 years old, has sexual abuse charges pending against him.
He has plead not guilty to charges involving a 14-year-old boy, charges which include but are not limited to gross sexual assault and unlawful sexual conduct.
In this clip from the show, Zach answers Anderson's question about whether or not he is using his own accusations against the coach to explain his own alleged behavior -- questions that have been asked by the public.
Also, Zach answers whether he would be willing to take a lie detector test regarding his allegations against Coach Fine.