A teenager who was molested by a Queens baker as a boy - and then turned to drugs to mask his secret pain - confronted his tormentor in court Tuesday.
"I've been wanting to do this since the day this happened," the 17-year-old told admitted pervert Issac Ebstein, 50, who hung his head in shame.
"The pain that I've been through, words can't describe it. You ruined my life. It's not fair. It's not right."
He listed the ways that Ebstein's abuse had destroyed his young life: "I lost my respect for religion, use of drugs, loss of self respect."
Ebstein used cookies to lure the victim - whose name is being withheld by the Daily News - into Queens Kosher Pita in Kew Gardens Hills seven years ago.
Ebstein admitted that on three occasions in 2002, he drove the boy around in his car and touched his genitals - then asked the boy to touch his.
"I'm sorry," the red-faced defendant told his victim.
In a plea deal with prosecutors, Ebstein is getting a sentence of a year's probation with no jail time in exchange for pleading guilty to attempted sexual abuse and attempted child endangerment.
Under the terms of a new sex offender program, he was released without bail and does not have to register as a sexual predator as long as he completes a year of counseling and comes to court for weekly updates.
"If you violate the terms of probation, if you are not law abiding...I will send you to state prison," Queens Supreme Court Justice Sheri Roman said.
Ebstein also must stay away from the teen - who pleaded with him to get help and to speak up about anyone else he may have abused.
"If you have done this to anybody else, tell someone. Let the kids get help," the teen said. Prosecutors said the deal spared the victim the hell of testifying about his ordeal in open court.
"For him to have to testify in a Supreme Court trial after a seven-year delay, it would have been extremely difficult, if not impossible," said Marjory Fisher, chief of the special victims bureau.
"I believe that justice was done in this case."