Yes, the 13 year old victim, now in her 40's, has long since forgiven him.
Yes, the victim's mother at the time was apparently some freaked out fame wannabe, and put her daughter in that position.
Yes, it was a long time ago.
Yes, he's famous.
But here's the thing. A crime is a crime. He committed a crime. He pled gulity to it, before he fled. That's all that matters. And crimes, by the way, are crimes against the state (that's why criminal cases are typical title "The People versus Joe Smith"), so it doesn't matter what the victim says now.
And it doesn't matter how long ago it happened (no statute of limitations once you've pled guilty).
And it certainly doesn't matter that he makes movies.