A 28-year-old woman, who identified herself only as “Jamie X,” posted a powerful video on YouTube last Friday containing a phone conversation with a former teacher who allegedly molested her for years, starting when she was just 12.
In the video’s description, Jamie X writes: “I am 28 years old and have been waiting years to get up enough courage to report a teacher for sexually abusing me for years.”
The alleged abuse took place at Chemawa Middle School in Riverside, Calif. Up until recently, the woman’s alleged abuser worked at the Alhambra Unified School District as an assistant principal. The district reportedly fired the woman, whose name is not being released by TheBlaze, after the incriminating phone call was posted on YouTube.
In the phone call, Jamie X tells her alleged abuser that she “brainwashed” and “manipulated her” when she was a child. She then asks if she realizes what she did to her was wrong.
“Yes,” the alleged attacker replies. “And I regret it.”
Jamie X went on to tell the woman that she now has children, but the sexual assault she endured ruined her childhood.
“You know I am completely messed up, that I have so many issues because of you?” Jamie X says in the call.
To which her former teacher answers: “I just wanted to help you.”
“How is having a sexual relationship with a 12-year-old student helping?” the woman angrily responds.
Before ending the call, Jamie X told her alleged abuser that she is “disgusting” and should be ashamed of herself. When she hangs up the phone, the mother shows the number on her phone and reads the number out loud.
The Alhambra Unified School District confirmed to CBS Los Angeles that the woman, who identified herself on the call, is no longer employed by them.
And because it took Jamie X 16 years to build enough courage to report her alleged abuser, she says the statute of limitations has expired.
“[S]he will never have to pay for the things that she did to me,” she said.
However, the Riverside Police Department has reportedly opened an investigation into the shocking accusations.
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(H/T: Daily Mail)
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