Twenty years after Roman Polanski was accused of raping a 13-year-old girl, the now married mother of three has gone public for the first time.
Samantha Geimer, 34, gave an interview to "Inside Edition" that aired Tuesday and Wednesday."I really wish this would be over, that he would reach agreement with the courts, no longer be a fugitive," said Geimer, who lives in Hawaii.
Polanski, the director of "Chinatown" and "Rosemary's Baby," was charged with rape and five other felonies. The other charges were dropped when he pleaded guilty to one count of unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor, but Polanski fled the country in 1978 before being sentenced.
Polanski's lawyers have been negotiating with prosecutors in an attempt to allow him to return to the United States.
Geimer had given interviews in the past, although she didn't want her name used. She told "Inside Edition" that she wouldn't call the episode rape, but the sex was not consensual.
"I perceived it as he made me have sex with him," she said. "The word `rape' for me always brings to mind for me a level of . . . violence that wasn't there."