Woman calls former coach, accuses her of sexual abuse, posts to You Tube
ALHAMBRA, Calif. — An assistant principal in California resigned after a 28-year-old woman posted a video to YouTube that she says was a telephone conversation between herself and the administrator, who she claims sexually abused her when she was in middle school.
Jamie Carrillo can be heard in the YouTube video nervously calling the woman she says abused her. She demands an explanation.
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FOX 4’s sister station, KTLA talked exclusively with Carrillo. Click here to hear what she said about the phone call, and whether she has any regrets about posting it.
Carrillo says the woman was her basketball coach, and claims the abuse began in the locker room; at first she says the woman kissed her and then eventually took her on out-of-town trips and had sex with her.
In the recorded phone call, Carrillo tells the woman she should be disgusted with herself. During the phone call, the woman does not deny the abuse accusations and says, “I regret it.”
The school district sent a letter to parents about the viral video and the administrator. They say she no longer works for the district.
Carrillo said the woman will never be prosecuted because too much time has elapsed since the abuse. KTLA tried to talk to the former teacher and coach, but was unable to reach her.