Two months after his resignation he was working in Arkansas at Central Baptist. He later joined the staff of Immanuel Baptist Church in Little Rock but left there about a year ago,
Miller reported the alleged abuse to the International Mission Board in Virginia in 2007, where Aderholt had moved up the ranks as a missionary.
"The IMB decided to conduct an internal investigation," she said.
According to documents, IMB found, "It was more likely than not that Aderholt engaged in an inappropriate sexual relationship with Miller," and she had "suffered as a result of" it.
However, the religious organization never told police, and Aderholt was able to resign.
Miller thought he had been fired until this year.
"My heart just dropped," she said. "It was like I had been misled by the IMB."
“I am the victim in the Aderholt case that you wrote on and wanted to clarify a few things:I have edited the original report in response to her comment. I used the word "relations" to avoid intercourse because the reports don't specify the nature of the contact and the missionary board used the word "relationship."
“I didn’t say I had sexual relations with Mr. Aderholt. We never had intercourse which is implied by that phrase. I said that he sexually abused me and assaulted me. That is what the law said he did.
“Also, I did not “later decide” he abused me. I later understood that what he did was abuse me. His assault was never at any point a choice for me. It is and always was abuse.
“Thank you for your report and would appreciate these updates if possible.”