DavisPauley, you may already know this, but I'll repeat it anyway...
From nolo .com:
Truth is an absolute defense to defamation. Remember that defamation is a false statement of fact. So, if the statement was accurate, then by definition it wasn't defamatory."
Also, Davispauley, you said:
"His confession, though, seemed sincere; which means, he regretted his actions, and from regret comes repentance."
No. A confession does not mean that Evans regretted his actions. People usually speak of someone having given a "sincere apology", not of having given a "sincere confession". A "sincere confession" would only mean, "Yep. He sure did that!"
But you also said:
"I don't fault Evans for going to Thailand and having some fun with women and sex."
Evans is married, but you don't fault him for "going to Thailand and having some fun with women and sex." I hope that a review of what you've written will give you a clue as to the reason for the seven downvotes you've received.