A California woman — who says she was sexually abused for years by her basketball coach — confronts her alleged attacker in a damning YouTube video that quickly led to the educator’s resignation.
“Everything was stolen from me,” Jaime Carrillo, now a mother of two, told KTLA5 as she choked back tears. “I want her to be in jail and to pay for what she’s done.”
Carrillo, 28, has come forward to expose a relationship Andrea Cardosa allegedly started when the girl was just 12 — and stretched throughout her teenage years, according to reports.
Carrillo recorded her phone confrontation with Cardosa — who had since risen to the ranks of assistant principal at Alhambra High School — in a video that was sent to school officials.
Cardosa resigned from her post Friday — the same day the video was posted — and has gone into relative hiding since she was exposed online.
Alhambra High School said in a statement obtained by The News that her resignation came after officials saw the YouTube video and confronted her about its disturbing allegations on January 17.
“At the conclusion of that interview the Alhambra High School administrator tendered her resignation,” the school said. “Alhambra Police department will be handing this matter over to the jurisdiction of the appropriate police Department.”