A few people in the comments have offered legal help to the accused priest.
Please note: I will not post addresses or phone numbers. I have no way of verifying whether they are legitimate, and can’t vouch for the people posting them.
I’m sure, in the 10 days since he first learned of the allegations, Fr. Corapi has amassed a strong and credible legal team. (Made up of both canon lawyers and civil defenders.) I have no doubt the statement on his website was thoroughly vetted by them. I suspect the people at EWTN, who have pulled his programs from their lineup, are also acting on the advice of their own lawyers. As a few sensible people have noted: we just have to let this play out.
At this juncture, the best help that can be offered by his admirers and supporters is through prayer. Those interested can also weigh in over at this Facebook page.