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Former student alleges sexual abuse against coach, puts conversation on YouTube

Jamie Carrillo, who says she was molested as a child, spoke exclusively to KTLA on Jan. 18, 2014. (Credit: KTLA)

Jamie Carrillo, who says she was molested as a child, spoke exclusively to KTLA on Jan. 18, 2014. (Credit: KTLA)

Jamie Carrillo, who says she was molested as a child, spoke exclusively to KTLA on Jan. 18, 2014. (Credit: KTLA)

Jamie Carrillo, who says she was molested as a child, spoke exclusively to KTLA on Jan. 18, 2014. (Credit: KTLA)

(KTLA) -An assistant principal at Alhambra High School, located in California, resigned after a 28-year old woman and former student posted a video on YouTube that recorded the confrontation with the instructor she said abused her for years.

Jamie Carrillo recorded video of an emotional phone conversation with her alleged female abuser.

She demanded answers and confessed that the event had scarred her.

Carrillo, 28, spoke exclusively to WTVR sister station KTLA after she posted the video online.

Click here to hear what she said about the phone call, and whether she has any regrets about posting it.

WATCH THE VIDEO AND CONFESSION:

On the call, Carrillo can be heard talking about the basketball coach she knew as Ms. Cardosa, from Chemawa Middle School in Riverside. She said the molestation began when she was just 12-years-old, and lasted for years.

She said it started with the coach kissing her in the locker room, and progressed to the point where the coach was taking her on out-of-town trips to have sex with her.

During the call, which was posted in its entirety on Facebook, the woman that Jamie was speaking to did not deny sexually molesting her.

Jamie accused her of ruining her life and ruining her childhood.

The woman responded, “I regret it.”

Jamie, who has children of her own, told KTLA she posted the call online because she wanted to let people in Alhambra know what kind of person works around their children.

On Jamie’s YouTube page she comments that she filed a police report to move forward with charges.

1 Comment

  • Sandybritches@yahoo.com

    Its never to late to come forward. I’m sure the teacher has never
    stopped until now. She does’nt seem to care to sue, or she
    would have had a attorney beside her. She’s a HERO. hoot hoot

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