I'd seen news clips of this, but I hadn't sat down to watch the whole thing until earlier this afternoon. If you're in the same boat, you can watch it here:
On the one hand, if what he says is true—if these really are false accusations—that must be bewildering and upsetting. On the other hand, he talks almost literally like a wind-up toy that's been programmed to say four or five things, and he says them over and over again, no matter what the question is.
It's one of the weirdest interviews I've ever seen. I had a lot of feelings watching this, but "I believe him" was not one of them.