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Alleged Sexual abuse victim confronts coach, posts conversation online

By: Stephanie Guadian - Jamie Carrillo recently made news when she decided to contact a woman from her past that she claims sexually abusing her as a child. Carrillo secretly recorded the conversation she had with her former middle school basketball coach and posted the recorded conversation on YouTube.

Do you realize you brainwashed me and you manipulated me. And that what you did was wrong? said victim Jamie Carrillo.

The accused woman can be heard saying Yes, and I completely regret it.

The 28-year-old victim said the abuse started when she was 12years old.

You ruined my life. You ruined my childhood, said Carrillo.

Jamie didn't go to the police -- believing the statute of limitations had run out.

Experts KFOX14 spoke with say outing an accused sexual abuser on social media can be dangerous.

Dr. Guadalupe Madrid works at El Pasos Alternatives Center for behavioral health.

If you see in the video, she looks very distressed and very distraught. She's angry, said Madrid.

She warns against confronting an abuser on social media --- before seeking treatment and talking to authorities.

There might be people that really don't like these kinds of individuals and will go after her in one way or another. So, it really becomes dangerous. There is a lot of resentment; there is a lot of shame. There is a lot of guilt. And you need to place that accordingly. And work through it accordingly, said Madrid.

The real lesson here may be one of prevention Madrid says parents must talk to their children about sexual abuse to protect them.

You do not allow anybody to touch you no matter what they tell you. If they tell you your parents are not going to love you or all kinds of threats. This needs to be known to children, said Madrid.

Jamie -- now a mother-- wanted to protect other children from the abuse she says has haunted her for years. As for the accused -- she has since resigned her position as vice-principal.

A second victim came forward with sexual abuse allegations against the former California educator.

To report child abuse in El Paso County, call Child Protective Services at 1-800-252-5400.

In Dona Ana County, you can call Families and Youth, Inc. at 575- 522-4004.



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