Having been cut loose by officials in Aruba earlier this week, Gary Giordano broke his silence to Good Morning America about the disappearance of Robyn Gardner.
The chief suspect in the Maryland woman's mysterious vanishing says that many of the facts reported regarding the high-profile case have been wildly inaccurate.
Gardner's traveling companion and the last one to see her alive, Gary Giordano spent 116 days in custody but was released and never charged with a crime.
"I'll interview myself, if you don't mind," Giordano told GMA's Robin Roberts, launching into a series of what he called misconceptions surrounding the case.
"There are hard questions, like, 'He took her to remote location' on the island - but we were only 100 yards from scuba diving store with tanks in back!"
"It was not a remote location at all. We were in full view of other people at Baby Beach. Me escaping from the island has been extremely misreported."
As for why he contacted his insurance company regarding a $1.5 million travel insurance policy two days after Gardner vanished, he explained it as such: