I have forgiven Paris for what he did, but it’s an ongoing process.
If he was free [from captivity], I would be frightened of him.
The fact that he is incarcerated gives me peace of mind, but I worry about his own safety.
Their story has now been made into a powerful documentary called The Family I Had which premiered on Investigation Discovery earlier this week.
Although he has been medically declared as a sociopath, Paris believes that he doesn't suffer from any health issues or mental illnesses.
Charity has since had another child, Phoenix, who has never met Paris.
Due to his crime, Paris is not allowed to have any interactions with children.
Despite all that has happened Charity is determined not to abandon her son and she continues to put maternal instinct above anger.
I sometimes have to say to myself [during visits]: ‘Okay, Charity, take a breath, you know how Paris is wired'
But I am not going to be that parent who abandons their kid.
Charity now runs the Ella Foundation, a nonprofit organisation that aims to help people affected by violence and speaks at prisons to advise others on how to respond to similar circumstances without it ruining their lives.