Charlie then has her try on some lingerie which he bought for her and begins to touch her inappropriately.When she tells him no, he pushes her down onto the bed and rapes her, and even films the assault.In the midst of her father's pursuit of her attacker, Annie, upon the insistence of her parents, begins to see Gail Friedman, a hospital counselor.Annie is cold towards Friedman at first, but quickly begins to express her need to be loved and validated.Investigators said over the course of several sexually explicit online chats, Maulding made arrangements to meet and have sex with someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl in Corvallis. Officers said he was waiting to pick up the made-up girl.Maulding is charged with online sexual corruption of a child and attempted rape. Annie hears from Brittany about a website in which people are belittling the fact that she was raped and posting photo manipulations of her in pornographic poses, as well as revealing her phone number and address.
Will forces Annie to vomit up the pills, and she's hastily rushed to a nearby hospital.When he appears, she discovers that he is a man in his 40s.Annie is upset at first, but he charms her into going with him to a motel.He pleads for her forgiveness, even though he believes he does not deserve it. As the credits roll, a home video reveals Charlie to be a high school physics teacher named Graham Weston, a married father with a young son.In an interview Schwimmer stated that he always wanted Annie to be played by a 14-year-old, as "there is a danger, if you cast someone who is 18, 19 or 20 to play 14 or 15, that very subtly, almost unconsciously, the audience is, 'Oh, this isn't so bad.'" He based the film on 14 years of involvement with The Rape Foundation and seven years of research.