Teacher Accused Of Rape On YouTube Charged With 16 Felonies.

Sup Travellers?! The internet is a haven for bullying but it is also a place of great retribution. A place where you can expose a criminal to the world without any kind of limitations or budget. This is exactly what 28 year old Jamie Carrillo did. She exposed her former teacher from a school she attended in California, Andrea Michelle Cardosa, on the internet in a YouTube video that went viral. The video was taken down for a little while after it was uploaded but it had already done its job of getting the message out. It got viewed by over a million people and it prompted a second victim to come forward as well. You can see that video above.

In the video, Carrillo calls a school to accuse Cardosa of brainwashing her, manipulating her, and abusing her from the age of 12. "It wasn't anything I intended," a woman who says she is Cardosa tells her. "I don't even know what happened." The caller responds, "You ruined my life. You ruined my childhood. Do you realize that? You sicken me." The woman responds that she regrets it every day.

Carrillo said that the abuse took place "off and on" for her between the ages of 12 and 18. She said she didn't come forward as a teenager because the teacher had brainwashed her. "She told me that my family didn't love me. She told me that nobody cared about me and that she was the only one that loved me and the only one that was there for me," Carrillo said. "She made me believe that she was my only friend, and that I could trust her." Carrillo said that she didn't want a physical relationship, but she said the teacher threatened her multiple times. "She said that she would kill herself if I ever left. And I believed that," the alleged victim said. CNN reports that Cardosa has been has been arrested and charged with 16 counts of child sex abuse. 

Cardosa is currently held on $5 million bail and is scheduled to be arraigned on Thursday. Even though Cardosa has confessed to the crime on the YouTube recording there is still a possibility that the charges against her will be dismissed because the justice system requires more than a YouTube video to determine the facts of the case. Cardosa's lawyer, Randy Collins, said he planned to immediately seek a reduction in bail and will file a motion seeking to have the charges dismissed on grounds the alleged acts were outside the statute of limitations. We'll just have to wait and see how how this plays off and hope that justice gets served. There is nothing Cardosa can do to take back what she did to young Carrillo and she needs to be punished in some form or fashion. My name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.