WOMAN CONFRONTS HER CHILD MOLESTER. A very brave woman confronts her molester and puts it on YOUTUBE.

Posted: January 22, 2014 in Uncategorized
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SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO: Amazing video of woman who confronted the very person she trusted that sexually abused her. Jaime Carrillo called Andrea Cardosa who had most recently been working as an assistant principal at Alhambra High School and uploaded the confrontation on YouTube. Andrea Cardosa has resigned from her job as assistant principal. The issue has been handed over to police who are investigating the matter. Watch the video that has gone viral.

KTLA.COM: An administrator at Alhambra High School has resigned after a former student posted a video on YouTube that showed the young woman confronting the instructor she said abused her for years.

Jamie Carrillo recorded video of an emotional phone conversation that showed her calling her alleged female abuser and demanding answers.

Carrillo, 28, spoke exclusively to KTLA after she posted the video online Friday. She planned to hold a news conference at 2:30 p.m. Monday.

On the call, Carrillo can be heard talking about the basketball coach she knew as Ms. Cardosa, from Chemawa Middle School in Riverside READ MORE: http://ktla.com/2014/01/20/woman-posts-video-on-youtube-confronting-teacher-she-says-molested-her/#ixzz2r6KWEYz7

DAILYMAIL ONLINE: An assistant principal has resigned after a former student that she allegedly molested 15 years ago confronted her in a phone call before posting the conversation online.

Jamie Carrillo posted a YouTube video last Friday where she can be seen calling her alleged teacher rapist Andrea Cardosa at her office in Alhambra Unified School district in California where she was currently working READ MORE: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2543492/Assistant-principal-abruptly-resigns-day-former-student-confronts-alleged-sexual-abuse.html#ixzz2r6MSHBkQ  


  1. Harley says:

    Too many children have been abused by adults they trusted. I wish I had an answer as to Why for them and a way to stop it. The only thing I can say is they need to find a way to forgive their abuser. The bitterness and anger this creates in these children is poison to them. Unforgiveness is like taking a poison pill and expecting the other person to die. I know forgiving is hard, but it is nessarary for their well being not the abusers.

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