“One of the first things that he did, was he took me to pick up my daughter, and we took her to the park and for the first time I felt like, this is somebody who is trying to help me. Everybody else looked at my behavior, what I was doing. This person took me to get my daughter and that was very important to me. Later, I’m in the car with him and he tells me all these things that I have to do. I told him that I was comfortable with the dancing; if I couldn’t dance then I wouldn’t do anything else. He looked me in my eyes and he told me, “Oh you’ll do it,” he said, “You know that little girl you introduced me to,” he said that, “I’ll make sure something happens to her.”