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.
In her new memoir, ‘A Stolen Life,’ which hit book stores today, July 12, Jaycee opens up about kidnapper Phillip Garrido’s ‘runs,’ which she describes as ‘the most horrible moments of my life.’
After watching Jaycee Dugard‘s interview withDiane Sawyer, we learned what these “runs” or “long days of sex” consisted of — Phillip Garrido would get high on meth and dress Jaycee up in absurd outfits for hours, switching and contorting her body into “perfect positions,” while making her listen to the voices coming from the wall. In her new book A Stolen Life, out today, Jaycee goes much more in-depth into these drug-induced and terrifying moments of her captivity.
In an excerpt from Jaycee’s memoir ‘My Stolen Life,’the brave mom of two describes her first night in captivity, the moment she discovered she was pregnant at 14 and going into labor while alone and locked away from the world.
Brave Jaycee Dugard, now 31, also explains how she survived the mental and physical torture of her EIGHTEEN YEARS in captivity and why she never tried to escape the clutches of evil Phillip and Nancy Garrido.