Andrea Cardosa was slapped with felony sexual assault charges this week after an alleged victim confronted the former California high school vice principal about years of abuse and then posted the conversation online in a YouTube video.
Cardosa, 40, faces 16 counts, including aggravated sexual assault and lewd acts on a child under the age of 14 after two victims came forward last month, the Los Angeles Times reported
. One woman, the now-28-year-old Jamie Carillo, claims Cardosa sexually abused her for years in the 1990s when she was an eighth grader at Riverside Middle School.
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The second victim, who's been identified only as "Brianna," said she was 14 when Cardosa began abusing her in 2009 and 2010 at a middle school in Perris, Calif.
The allegations surfaced last month when Carillo called Alhambra High School, where Cardosa was working as vice principal, asked to speak to her abuser, and then confronted her about the abuse. Carillo videotaped the conversation, uploaded it to YouTube where it got more than 1 million views, and then sent it to school administrators.
"I was only 12 years old when I met you. Do you realize that you brainwashed me and you manipulated me and that what you did was wrong?" Carrillo asks in the video.
"Yes. And I regret it. I just wanted to help you," the woman, who says she is Cardosa, replies.
"You ruined my life. You ruined my childhood. Do you realize that?" Carrillo says. "You sicken me. You sicken me. And every day when I think about what you did, you sicken me."
"I regret it every day," the woman says.
The nine-minute clip has since been taken down, but not before staff members at the school could call police.
Cardosa was arrested Monday on a $5 million warrant and is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday.
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