He admitted that he was in the park in a work van, that he had his seat reclined with pants open and that he had his hand in his underwear, but he said he was not masturbating. A woman, according to Storms, pulled up and saw him with his hands down his pants. He did, however, admit that he was looking at pornography on-line about an hour before he went to the park. He added that he struggles with an addiction to porn, and he asked pastors to help deal with his demons. Storms told members of the media he is no longer connected with the church that once staged the protests against Southern Decadence, now running a lawn care business. Weeping, he then went on to apologize to family and friends. He even apologized to those that he once railed against, including members of the gay community and organizers of Decadence Festival. In 2003, Storms avowed to shut down the gay festival. According to a police report, two women say they saw a man sitting inside a parked van in the park, next to a playground where children were playing. The women say the man had his zipper down and was masturbating. Storms said he was taken aback by news that he had confessed to authorities that he had masturbated and exposed himself to children in the park, calling the allegation a "lie." "At no time did any children see me," said Storms. "I'm not a pedophile, I'm not a child molester."The Times-Picayune has more information about what Grant was really doing...
The first woman told deputies she was taking her children to the playground and parked next to the van at about noon. As she was walking around her own vehicle, she noticed the van windows were down and the occupant was "looking at the playground area that contained children playing, with his zipper down...," the report said. The woman noted that he was masturbating and quickly ushered her children out of her car. She told a second woman, who walked to the van and also spotted the man masturbating, the report said. The second witness told deputies that the driver saw her and tried to conceal the zipper area of his pants with his hand. The two women flagged down a park employee who notified the Sheriff's Office. The employee detained the man, later identified as Storms, until deputies arrived. Storms told deputies he was having lunch at the park when he decided to urinate using a bottle instead of the restroom, the report said.What a donkey! He was charged with obscenity and bond was set at $5,000, but he was released from the jail Sunday because of overcrowding.
Here's the video of him begging for forgiveness.