A woman called her childhood rapist teacher and posted the video to YouTube, resulting in the educator's prompt removal from her position at Alhambra High School in Alhambra, Calif. recently. 28-year-old Jamie Carrillo recounted some of her emotional and sexual abuse at the hands of Andrea Cardosa, who did not deny the claims.
Carillo said that the abuse began when she was just 12 years old, and although the statute of limitations had already passed on the crime, the mother said she had to have answers. After a short while, she was able to contact Cardosa, who was still working with children as an assistant principal.
"I was only 12 years old when I met you. Do you realize that you brainwashed me and manipulated me, and that what you did was wrong?" Carillo said.
"Yes, and I regret it," Cardosa, who was a gym teacher at the time, admitted.
"Do you know that I am completely messed up, and that I have so many issues because of you?" she continued, mentioning that she had children and would never abuse them in the same way.
The 28-year-old mom said the molestation began with the coach kissing her in the locker room, then progressed sexually and emotionally all the way up to trips out of town together.
"Everything was stolen from me," Carillo told KTLA 5 news. "She just completely manipulated me into thinking that I needed her and I wanted it."
The woman finally summoned the courage to report Cardosa, but upon finding out that the statute of limitations had passed, she decided to "let the public know what kind of person is around their children," she wrote on YouTube under the name Jamie X.
The Alhambra Unified School District was quick to let parents know that Cardosa no longer works for them after the news got out.
"Alhambra police department will be handling this matter over to the jurisdiction of the appropriate police department," a letter to parents read.
A video of the call was posted to YouTube and currently has over 100,000 hits. To see the emotional experience, watch below.