Janice Dickinson ‘doesn’t regret playing a part in dad’s death’
London: Actress Janice Dickinson, who admitted to playing a role in her abusive father’s death, says she has no regrets over her act.
In her autobiography ‘No Lifeguard On Duty’ the 55-year-old reveals that she hastened the death of her father Ray Dickinson by throwing his heart pills out of the window when she was in the ambulance with him on the way to hospital.
The supermodel said he deserved it because he regularly physically assaulted her when she was young.
“The statute of limitations is never lifted on murder but I specifically chose not to give my father his heart pills,” the Daily Express quoted her as telling in the March issue of Elle Magazine.
“I think that after reading my book, the police would agree with me that someone who molests little girls should die,” Dickinson- the middle of three sisters- said.
But the former judge of ‘America’s Next Top Model’ make sure that her two children, Nathan, 23, and Savvy, 16, have a more stable and happy home unlike her.
“Well, ‘Crazy Janice’ is raising an academic daughter with straight As and she’s on the soccer field and on the volleyball team,” Dickinson said.
“They’re both really great kids and that gives me a real sense of pride.
“And that I was able to give them something to make it right for their generation, that I never had, which was to provide a normal household for them,” she added.