The Garridos made a string of chilling tapes showing them luring young girls into a van and forcing them to stretch and do the splits. So disturbing.
Nancy Garrido admitted to authorities that she made up to 20 videos to satisfy her husband Phillip‘s sick sexual desires, before AND after Jaycee Dugard was kidnapped in 1991!
In her book ‘A Stolen Life,’ Jaycee opens up about the moment she met kidnapper Phillip Garrido’s wife Nancy, whose jealous fits and mental instability were no better than her husband’s sexual abuse.
“Phillip is at the door. When he comes in, he says he has someone that wants to meet me,” Jaycee Dugard describes in her new book, A Stolen Life, of the moment she first met her second captor, Nancy Garrido. Both Nancy and Phillip are to blame for destroying Jaycee’s life, keeping her as a hostage and sex slave for 18 years. But sadly, Jaycee finds comfort with Nancy, the woman whose jealousy of an 11-year-old girl feeds into her husband’s disturbing and evil mind.
Jaycee refuses to dwell on the hell the couple subjected her to as their hostage and sex slave for 18 long years — but her mom Terry insists ‘I have enough hate for the both of us.’
Phillip and Nancy Garrido are serving combined sentences of 431 years behind bars for their crimes against Jaycee Dugard, but it’s not enough for her mom Terry Probyn, who won’t rest until they are dead!
My babies saved my life Jaycee Dugard revealed in a two-hour special last night, July 10, in an ABC interview with Diane Sawyer, as she talked about her life as a sexually abused prisoner. Here, are the details.
Jaycee Dugard opened up for the first time tonight, July 10, about her harrowing story with ABC News correspondent Diane Sawyer, discussing the moment she was kidnapped by sex offender Phillip Garrido and his wife Nancy at age 11, the happiness that came after the “painful” delivery of her first daughter and the reunion with her mother, Terry Probyn, that she waited and prayed for for 18 years.
The broadcasting veteran has won the battle to land the first interview with Jaycee, who was held captive by evil Philip and Nancy Garrido for 18 YEARS!
Diane Sawyer‘s head-to-head with Jaycee Dugard will air on ABC next month, shortly before the July 12 release of the 31-year-old’s memoir A Stolen Life. Will you watch?
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After holding Jaycee captive for 18 years, the couple deserves every second that they spend in jail.
Phillip Garrido received a sentence of 431 years to life in prison, while his wife Nancy Garrido got 36 years to life after pleading guilty to kidnapping and sexual assault. The couple’s case has been in the middle of a media frenzy since the Jaycee Dugard‘s 2009 rescue at the age of 29.
The young woman who lived through a terrifying abduction and 18 years of captivity, is telling her chilling tale.
Kidnapped at the age of 11, for 18 years Jaycee Dugard was held hostage in a backyard shelter and forced to bear two children to her kidnapper, a convicted sex offender. Now she has decided to tell her tale of horror in a memoir entitled A Stolen Life, which will be released on July 12. Will you read it?
Phillip and Nancy Garrido admit abducting Jaycee as an 11-year-old in 1991, sparing Jaycee — and the daughters she gave birth to as a sex slave — from having to testify at a trial!
Jaycee Dugard will not have to face the monsters who held her captive for 18 years, now that sex offender Phillip Garrido and his wife Nancy have pleaded guilty in this horrific case — and there’s no turning back for them as they face decades and decades behind bars!
How awful! The sex offender who has confessed to abducting Jaycee as an 11-year-old stuns the court by NOT admitting his guilt. Jaycee — and the daughters he fathered with her while she was held as a sex slave — now may have to testify!
Poor Jaycee Dugard! Court observers thought she wouldn’t ever have to again face the man who imprisoned her as a sex slave for 18 years. But now Philip Garrido, 60, who has admitted snatching her as a child from a school-bus stop and holding her captive until she was 29, has pulled a surprising switch!
The man who confessed to abducting Jaycee as an 11-year-old is to admit his guilt in court. This spares Jaycee — and the daughters she had while he held her as a sex slave — from testifying.
At least Jaycee Dugard won’t have to again face the man who imprisoned her and kept her as a sex slave for 18 years. Philip Garrido, 60, the sex offender who has admitted snatching her as a child from a school-bus stop in 1991 and holding her captive until she was 29 in 2009, is expected to plead guilty Thursday.
After living an unimaginable nightmare, Jaycee Dugard is hoping to meet her Prince Charming and settle down.
Jaycee Dugard still believes in fairy tales. Isn’t that amazing? After being held captive for 18 years by Phillip and Nancy Garrido, Jaycee was finally freed last year and has been trying to live a normal life with the two daughters she was forced to bear for her captor. And now she’s hoping to find her “happily ever after.” According to the National Enquirer, the 30-year-old is hoping to meet Mr. Right and get married. “Jaycee wants to live the American dream and find a loving, gentle man to share her future — thoughts she couldn’t imagine while in captivity,” says a publishing source familiar with Jaycee’s untitled book. “She wants a storybook wedding, a long white wedding dress, a handsome prince of a husband and some pet cats.”
Jaycee Dugard is finally getting to enjoy doing the normal daily activities that she missed out on while being held captive for 18 years by Phillip and Nancy Garrido. But it’s not all relaxing bike rides and trips to the ice cream shop — Jaycee had to break the news to her daughters that she was their mother, not their sister, as they were raised to believe.
Our hearts go out to Jaycee Dugard. After being kidnapped when she was 11, she spent nearly 20 years living in tent, eating bugs and repeatedly being raped in the backyard of her captors Phillip and Nancy Garrido‘s Antioch, CA, home. Her unimaginable nightmare came to an end when she was finally rescued last year. Today the 30-year-old is trying to live as normal of a life as possible, with the help of a team of therapists and her family.
A year after Jaycee Dugard was saved from 18 horrific years of being a sex slave to a sadistic kidnapper, a family insider says writing the book is an important step in the mom of two’s recovery, and that she’s hoping to help others by telling her story.
Jaycee Dugard has been to hell and back. But she survived. Kidnapped at the age of 11, for 18 years she was held hostage in a backyard shelter and forced to bear two children to her kidnapper, a convicted sex offender. Now she is choosing to tell her tale of horror in a memoir in the hope that it will help her to move on — and help victims of similar crimes. “I’m not surprised by her decision,” a family friend told Star magazine. “She’s a wonderful girl and it’s a totally selfless act to reach out to other victims if it can help in their recovery — even at the cost of having to revisit her own nightmare again.”
Nancy and Philip Garrido were indicted by a grand jury this week for the kidnapping and rape of Jaycee Dugard. In a truly disturbing twist, Nancy’s attorney admits that the woman — who helped her husband keep Jaycee a prisoner for 18 years — is devastated because Jaycee and her daughters haven’t visited her in prison.
HollyMoms, brace yourself for an extremely disturbing update on Phillip and Nancy Garrido. You’ll remember them as the couple that allegedly held Jaycee Dugard prisoner in their Antioch, Calif., backyard for 18 years before authorities discovered and rescued her in August 2009. Now a grand jury has indicted the couple on kidnapping and rape charges. That’s the good news. The disgusting part is that Nancy’s been crying her eyes out over the fact that neither Jaycee nor her two daughters (who were fathered by Nancy’s husband, Philip, a registered sex offender) have come to visit her in jail, according to her attorney Stephen Tapson. “They’re running out my Kleenex budget. She wants to see the kids and Jaycee,” reveals Tapson.