Skip to comments.Austria: Girl escapes after being held in cellar for 8 years
Posted on 08/24/2006 1:09:09 AM PDT by Stoat
Please say a prayer for her, as she has a lifetime of healing ahead..
Motive unclear??? I wonder what their first clue was? I can't believe the lunacy of the Europeans.
This IS a good news story to begin the day with, although I can't help but wonder how long it will take before it is suggested here in America that by increasing the frequency and numbers of "routine police roadchecks" that OTHER kidnapped, abused, neglected, etc., children might be found and rescued from their suffering?
After all, it takes a village doesn't it? ;)
Thanks to God for the return of the child.
The train story was a nice touch too. The police over there are apparently more inventive than here in the states. Bless them as well, another demon sent back to hell.
God Bless her and heal her.
My exact thought.
Motive unclear="we are open minded people".
They're trying to determine if she was sexually abused or not. Because of this and other questions about the case, the motive is not clear.
"Motive unclear??? I wonder what their first clue was? I can't believe the lunacy of the Europeans."
Now you understand why the left loves the Europeans so much!
They seem to be trying to reconcile her escape (and her claim that she was sexually abused) with her attitude towards the kidnapper (i.e., "Stockholm Syndrome").
Her understandably odd behavior and unique emotional state has probably given them a reason to verify her claim by other means.
Perv said call me Master
By VIRGINIA WHEELER
A TEENAGER held prisoner by a paedophile for EIGHT YEARS sobbed yesterday as she told cops how he forced her to call him Master. Brave Natascha Kampusch kept in a garage dungeon as a sex-slave revealed she spent nearly the whole time in darkness. The skeletal 18-year-old was so pale and unrecognisable that cops identified her only from a scar on her ear after she fled from 44-year-old captor Wolfgang Priklopil. Natascha wept as she was reunited with her mother and father, who are divorced. Mum Brigitte was brought back from a holiday to meet up with her daughter. She said: My heart was beating so fast I was sure shed hear it. Natascha looked at me and I saw right away it was my little girl. I opened my arms and called her, My little mouse. She knew it was me. I am so proud of her. Im so proud she survived it. In all this time I left her bedroom exactly as it was. I never changed a thing. Its all still there waiting for her. Dad Ludwig stared at Natascha in disbelief as they were reunited by police. Ludwig said the first thing Natascha told him was: Dad, I love you. He added: The next question was, Is my toy car still there? It was Nataschas favourite toy. I never gave it away in all those years. Pervert Priklopil, who kidnapped Natascha when she was ten, killed himself after she fled from his garden when he let her out of her cell for air. He fled in his red BMW and threw himself under a train. Nataschas reappearance ends one of the biggest unsolved mysteries in Austrian police history. Priklopil, a freelance communications technician, grabbed her as she walked to school in Vienna in March 1998. Despite a huge search, cops were unable to track her to the 6ft by 10ft underground dungeon he had built under the garage of his suburban house. Natascha says she was not allowed out for seven years by her abductor, who taught her to read and write and gave her limited access to radio and TV. But in recent months, Priklopil had let her outside occasionally. He convinced her not to scream for help until her freedom dash this week, when she ran to a neighbours house. Adolf Brenner, police chief of Austrias Deutsch-Wagram area, said yesterday: She seems in good spirits despite her ordeal. We are still questioning her but she told us Priklopil forced her to call him Gebiete. This name is an old term for Master usually found in fairytales. Natascha reportedly told cops she had been sexually abused. Cops who raided Priklopils home found a 20in hole under the garage that led to the cell. Officers said she was suffering from Stockholm syndrome, where captives make friends with their kidnappers. But she did not seem upset when told Priklopil was dead. Nataschas ordeal echoes the plot of John Fowless thriller The Collector, where a butterfly-lover holds a girl captive.
Brave Natascha Kampusch kept in a garage dungeon as a sex-slave revealed she spent nearly the whole time in darkness.
The skeletal 18-year-old was so pale and unrecognisable that cops identified her only from a scar on her ear after she fled from 44-year-old captor Wolfgang Priklopil.
Natascha wept as she was reunited with her mother and father, who are divorced.
Mum Brigitte was brought back from a holiday to meet up with her daughter.
She said: My heart was beating so fast I was sure shed hear it.
Natascha looked at me and I saw right away it was my little girl. I opened my arms and called her, My little mouse. She knew it was me.
I am so proud of her. Im so proud she survived it.
In all this time I left her bedroom exactly as it was. I never changed a thing. Its all still there waiting for her.
Dad Ludwig stared at Natascha in disbelief as they were reunited by police.
Ludwig said the first thing Natascha told him was: Dad, I love you.
He added: The next question was, Is my toy car still there? It was Nataschas favourite toy. I never gave it away in all those years.
Pervert Priklopil, who kidnapped Natascha when she was ten, killed himself after she fled from his garden when he let her out of her cell for air.
He fled in his red BMW and threw himself under a train.
Nataschas reappearance ends one of the biggest unsolved mysteries in Austrian police history.
Priklopil, a freelance communications technician, grabbed her as she walked to school in Vienna in March 1998.
Despite a huge search, cops were unable to track her to the 6ft by 10ft underground dungeon he had built under the garage of his suburban house.
Natascha says she was not allowed out for seven years by her abductor, who taught her to read and write and gave her limited access to radio and TV.
But in recent months, Priklopil had let her outside occasionally.
He convinced her not to scream for help until her freedom dash this week, when she ran to a neighbours house.
Adolf Brenner, police chief of Austrias Deutsch-Wagram area, said yesterday: She seems in good spirits despite her ordeal.
We are still questioning her but she told us Priklopil forced her to call him Gebiete. This name is an old term for Master usually found in fairytales.
Natascha reportedly told cops she had been sexually abused.
Cops who raided Priklopils home found a 20in hole under the garage that led to the cell.
Officers said she was suffering from Stockholm syndrome, where captives make friends with their kidnappers.
But she did not seem upset when told Priklopil was dead.
Nataschas ordeal echoes the plot of John Fowless thriller The Collector, where a butterfly-lover holds a girl captive.
| Austria police seek accomplices of child captor
Fri Aug 25, 2006 7:33 PM BST
By Alexandra Zawadil
VIENNA (Reuters) - Austrian police said on Friday they were searching for possible accomplices of a kidnapper who held a young girl in a tiny room under his garage for eight years until her dramatic escape this week.
Natascha Kampusch, who was 10 years old when kidnapped, managed to evade her abductor when he took a phone call as she was cleaning his car. Her captor, Wolfgang Priklopil, committed suicide shortly after she escaped.
"We are not chasing a particular suspect but we are chasing the theory that several people were involved," Gerhard Lang, a senior officer at Austria's Federal Police Agency, told Reuters.
Kampusch was abducted on her way to school in Vienna in 1998. A school friend said at the time she saw two men pulling her into a white van. This triggered a probe of almost 1,000 owners of similar vans -- including Priklopil.
Priklopil had told police he needed the van to clear debris from building work at his home in the commuter village of Strasshof. With no previous criminal record, he was quickly eliminated as a potential suspect.
One neighbour in Strasshof, 25 km (15 miles) northeast of Vienna, said Priklopil appeared to have built the underground prison where he kept Kampusch a long time before he snatched the 10-year-old.
"He started building the workshop pit maybe a year or half a year before the kidnapping," said the neighbour, who declined to be named. "It really looks like he planned this well in advance.
Kampusch was pale and trembling when she escaped and weighed only 42 kg, less than she did as a 10-year-old.
CHANCE TO FLEE
After spending the first years locked below ground in a room stuffed with books, soft toys and magazines, Kampusch began helping her kidnapper in the house and garden. She was later allowed to make occasional outings to the village.
As Priklopil lowered his security measures, Kampusch's chance to flee arose. When she cleaned his car on Wednesday, the gate to the street was open.
"He told her to vacuum the car. Then he got a phone call and stepped a few metres away to avoid the noise," Lang, told a news conference in the Federal Police Agency's headquarters.
"Natascha took advantage of the situation and fled."
When he realised the girl had escaped, 44-year-old Priklopil drove to Vienna. He parked his car and called a friend for help, pretending he was being chased by police for drunk driving.
He later threw himself in front of a train. His friend was questioned by police, but Lang said he was not a suspect.
Police said they would give Kampusch a break until Monday before they continued interviewing her, an agonising process for the girl after years with only one person, who told her to call him "master", to talk to.
"She's in a completely new world," said Interior Minister Liese Prokop. "She's got to learn to breathe in this new world."
Experts said Kampusch was probably suffering from "Stockholm Syndrome" -- a psychological condition in which long-held captives begin to identify with their captors.
"If you cannot cope with the fear for your life you start to identify with your aggressor, you try to understand what happens inside (the mind of) your captor, what is driving him," said Reinhard Haller, an Austrian forensic psychiatrist.
A DNA test on Friday formally confirmed Kampusch's identity.
I haven't felt this disturbed since I saw Silence of the Lambs. How many other missing children are alive out there (or down there) somewhere wishing police would leave one less stone unturned?
Presumably they'll show pictures of the victim at some point, but I wonder when that will be allowed. I doubt she'll opt for a life of anonymity, so some acquaintance will eventually let a journalist know...
My guess is she'll be hard-pressed to earn a living with the developmental retardation that has resulted. Presumably there will be a demand for movie rights or at least book rights? I hope so because she's got a hard enough road to follow as it is, and a life of poverty isn't what this poor gal deserves. I wish the captor could have spent the rest of his life cooped up in a cell, with occasional conjugal intrusions by Bubbah. But at least he didn't manage to escape for long before he gave up. What a JERK.
Knowing that the police can never look EVERYWHERE (unless they are operating under a totalitarian State) and even so they wouldn't have the manpower to do so, Socialist countries in particular will point to events like this as justification for instituting mandatory RFID chip implantation in newborns. They will cite the enhanced cost-effectiveness of so very many otherwise human-oriented tasks and the usual bleating of "if it saves even one child's life...."
Then the pervs will just line their dungeons with lead sheeting and go on about their business.
I think that just about the only way to stop this kind of thing is to radically overhaul the criminal justice system so that it's not only dramatically swifter but for cases like this, torture be implemented as well.
In the meantime, hopefully children will travel in groups more often. It's so sad that people must change their behaviors because of a few sick individuals, but this is what happens when there are so many freedoms coupled with a comparatively 'humane' (lax) criminal justice system. I don't think that this kind of garbage goes on in Singapore, but you get flogged for chewing gum in Singapore as well. As long as crime exists, we will always have to strike a balance, and oftentimes the balance is not perfect.
Presumably they'll show pictures of the victim at some point, but I wonder when that will be allowed.
It may take some months for her to get a healthy appearance again, and in the meantime she will most likely feel embarrassed about herself.
I doubt she'll opt for a life of anonymity, so some acquaintance will eventually let a journalist know...
You never know....I think that the people who clamor for an opportunity to get onto the Jerry Springer show and tell the world about their problems and dysfunctions are a tiny minority....I'm guessing that an experience like this will cause her and her family to be very careful about any publicity that is allowed....it's such an utterly devastating thing, after all.
My guess is she'll be hard-pressed to earn a living with the developmental retardation that has resulted.
Perhaps, but she may surprise us all in that regard. She had the strength to survive this ordeal, and so she may have the strength to overcome many of the scars. But I agree, it will be a very hard road and she deserves our prayers and kind thoughts.
***I wonder how many "copy-cat" crimes this will inspire? He would have completely gotten away with it if he hadn't (perhaps intentionally?) slacked off (maybe trying to see if his "love" would remain by his side, and if she wouldn't then life wasn't worth living any longer).
***Those tracking chips can also be detected and (painfully) removed, by the way. Unless I'm mistaken. Folks have considered them for use in Latin American countries where kidnappings of adults for hefty ransomes are so high.
***I probably should have said she'd likely not opt for a life of solitude (as opposed to "anonymity"). And it wouldn't be long before some "friend" sold her out to a journalist who would take photos / videos, if for nothing else than to get notoriety online.
***Emotional strength doesn't necessarily translate into the kind of business acumen that's needed to earn a living nowadays. But like you, I hope she'll make it somehow. I think television movie right sales would be a good thing for them to consider focusing on right now though...as the thought of how this sort of crime is potentially going undetected caused me to lose a considerable amount of sleep last night. This is all so disturbing. Hopefully increased awareness of this sort of problem can help us somehow figure out how to reduce it? Breaking up child pornography rings seems far more worthy of our scarce law enforcement resources after learning of this woman's horrifying case.
***I hope they're POSITIVE that the culprit is the one who committed suicide on the train tracks. Or could it be that the law enforcement officials substituted in a cadaver to keep the heat off of them for letting him get away? If the body's completely mauled, how can one make a positive i.d. without a DNA sample of the true culprit (which I doubt they have)?
***I had mistakenly thought that Silence of the Lambs krap didn't really happen in real life because those who are "clever" enough to be able to "achieve" this sort of thing successfully for so long (8 years) wouldn't really opt to do it. We could have similar victims within miles of us without ever knowing it...
I'm not sure that BMW's cost that much over where they're made (Germany but possibley in neighboring Austria too). No tariffs, no transportation fees, a bigger economy of scale, little need to adverti$e, etcetera....
This thread is as good a place as any to mention The Discovery Channel's
"Most Evil" series.
It is NOT for the squeamish. It is NOT for children.
There are some disturbing (suggestive, not graphic) images, and
subject matter is frankly discussed.
But it's an unflinching look at killers, including commentary and
interviews with the monsters by forensic psychiatrist Michael Stone.
Current physiological studies (e.g., PET Scans) that
give indications of neurological bases for murderous tendencies
are also discussed.
(I'm afraid liberals will interpret the studies as an excuse for killers...
I think the series (about 6 episodes?) is beginning a re-airing Thursday
at 10PM Eastern on The Discovery Channel.
Thank you very much for the information about the Most Evil series...it sounds very interesting!
Even though I don't get cable TV at the stoat cave (Tv's leftist spin makes me ill) I iwill look into seeing it.
There's a news video available on the left column of this page:
FYI I was able to score a copy of an episode of the Most Evil series today and I've just finished watching it. If all episodes are as excellent as the one I saw I would want to recommend it to any mature adult.
The episode that I saw was on Vlad the Impaler (Dracula) and it was utterly spellbinding, in that it brought me a tremendously greater understanding of Vlad than I had had before. I hadn't been aware that Vlad had learned about impalement from the Ottoman Turks (ISLAM) and the circumstances of the times 'almost' justified what he did during his reign. His kingdom was under seige from two sides, and he needed an effective method of maintaining order and of gaining loyalty from his subjects, and also of defending his (Christian) kingdom against vastly superior (MUSLIM) armies.
Highly recommended, and thanks again for the GREAT recommendation!
Good video, thank you :-)
I was on vacation and saw this, in a French newspaper.
Thank God she's back home. I think at this point all we can do is second your thoughts (she does have a lifetime of healing ahead).
I can't imagine.
Thank you for posting this--my first thought, when I saw this on the news in Quebec, was, "some Freeper will post this and I wonder what they'll say."
Well, this should be interesting. Extremely so. Thank God she had the presence of mind to get out of there.
BTW, I love your tagline. We think along the same lines, LOL!
Condi, being the Commish is nowhere near as interesting as being the Prez. :) LOL! We just gotta talk her into it. ;)
Are her parents being insensitive? Feel free to read this new article:
Such an amazing, life-affirming sense of relief she must be feeling....perhaps only the sort of feeling shared by prisoners of war....a very long war. I think that some Vietnam-era vets were held for around that length of time....wasn't John McCain held in a camp for seven years?
Even so, it would be far different for a little girl, being snatched away from her home and family like that. I hope that she can be protected from the inevitable media frenzy.....even without all of the other trauma, that alone would be enough to send me over the edge!
Thank you for posting this
You're quite welcome! Please feel free to add any updates or comments that you might care to....my hope is to make this a 'one-stop-update' location that people can go to if they want to learn about this story from the start and onward.
BTW, I love your tagline. We think along the same lines, LOL!
Thank you very much for your kind words :-)
Since it becomes more probable every day that the Left will try to run Hillary in 08, I think that Dr. Rice could not only beat her handily, but she would wipe the floor with Hillary. It would be a landslide. Having Miss Coulter riding shotgun would help to keep the press in a tizzy (always a fun thing) and she would be an insurance policy for Conservatives, in the event Condi ever got wobbly on any core principles or issues, Ann could have a nice sit-down with Dr. Rice and remind her of the important things, if they ever got murky.
I admit that it's a 'dream ticket', but we all have our dreams, don't we? :-)
Condi, being the Commish is nowhere near as interesting as being the Prez. :) LOL! We just gotta talk her into it. ;)
hehehe! I'm hoping that we can....I would be SO PROUD, having her as my President...I would feel ten feet tall.
Natasha has written her father a note asking to be left alone, and he is responding by complaining to the media about this personal decision of hers.
By the way, she will be nearly a millionaire now, at least before taxes:
At the risk of my seeming unintentionally insensitive, I cynically ask if it's surprising that her parents are suddenly taking more of an interest in her than she recalls that they did back in the days of constant domestic squabbling prior to their divorce? Natasha has said she wants to tour the United Kingdom with her step sister, but is nevertheless refusing to be reunited with her parents anytime soon. Hmmmm...
Notice how the father, a baker, wanted pictures with her "for the family's sake"? The police turned down his request, knowing about media sales rights and his possible thirst for the limelight at his daughter's expense. And the mother wants her to live with her, just as others in the world want wealthy tenants. Hopefully there's some genuine parental love involved on their part, but I have unfortunately seen examples not altogether unlike this one where love was the farthest from being the motivation for such sudden parental "interest".
I hope the parents stop pressuring her, unless they want to risk looking like relatives of Elian Gonzalez who didn't care about Elian until doing so could make them famous (especially among anti-Castro circles). Again, if I'm being overly insensitive then I scold myself but I cannot help but feel irritated at how insensitively the parents are behaving. Yes they need her but they also owe her...and at the very least should want what's best for her (and at 18.5 years old, she likely knows best what she wants). I doubt she wants someone like Shaquille ONeal's long lost father who suddenly showed up with avid interest after he had money. Shaq wanted no part of him but at least he knew better than to whine to the media. Yes the situations are distinguishable in that the parents reportedly didn't abandon their daughter but I have a difficult time believing that amidst their domestic squabbling they showed as much love for her that they would now claim to have showed. Who remembers best? Natasha. And she wrote at least one parent (who sought photographs) a nice note asking to be left ALONE.
Thanks for the info on that particular episode of "Most Evil".
That's the episode I missed and will be sure to catch a re-broadcast
(if they actually show it again).
I'm just glad the show didn't hit too hard for you. The series is
surely too unsettling for even some adults.
Wolfgang Puck... That sucks...
Great letter. But that mostly unemployed IT professional clearly had WAY too much time on his hands...
The girl held for eight years as a sex slave in a tiny cellar in Vienna, is pregnant by her captor, it was claimed today.
Natascha Kampusch, now 18, escaped the clutches of pervert Wolfgang Priklopil last Wednesday, but now according to German newspaper reports, it is feared she is carrying his child.
How Stockholm Syndrome kept sex slave spellbound by her attacker
Read Natascha Kampusch's letter to the media in full
Austrian police hunt for kidnapper's accomplice
Sex slave teen had 'severe Stockholm Syndrome'
The Berliner Zeitung paper said it had been told by a reliable source that that she was expecting a baby by Priklopil.
But a police spokesman from the Austrian National Criminal Agency refused to confirm or deny the story.
The reports of her pregnancy follows a statement, released by Natascha in which she said she mourned the death of Priklopil, who threw himself under a train after she escaped.
She said: "He has been a big part of my life, and as a result I do feel I am in a sort of mourning for him."
The statement, read out by one of the team of psychologists and psychiatrists who are treating Natascha, seemed to confirm that she is suffering from Stockholm Syndrome - the condition in which kidnap or hostage victims empathise with their captors and often end up working alongside them.
Locked underground or doing housework year after year for Priklopil, Natascha, who is said to be pale and to weigh less than she did as a 10-year-old, says she does not feel she missed out on life.
In some ways she even benefitted from her captivity, she suggests, because she was not tempted to smoke or drink, or mix with the wrong friends.
Natascha, who police sources have said was treated as a sex slave, also makes it clear that she will not discuss any intimate details of her long relationship with the 44-year-old telephone technician - not even with her doctors.
She said: "Everyone wants to ask me intimate questions, but that's nobody's business.
"Maybe I'll tell a therapist one day or someone else when I feel the need to. Or maybe never. The intimacy only belongs to me."
Police also revealed that one thing that kept Natascha's spirits up during her long captivity were comedy videos of Rowan Atkinson as Mr Bean.
They found stacks of them in her tiny prison, and Natascha says one of the first things she wants is to go on holiday in Britain with her half-sister.
Police are still combing Priklopil's house in a Vienna suburb, looking for any other hidden chambers. They said Natascha's cramped dungeon was taking a long time to search because it was so small.
Natascha finally solved one of Austria's greatest crime mysteries when she escaped from the house last Wednesday. Priklopil was guarding her as she vacuumed his car, but she saw the opportunity to run when he turned his back and walked away from her to talk on his cellphone.
She said: 'That was my chance, I dropped the vacuum cleaner and left it running.'
Police were called when she was found cowering in a neighbour's garden.
In the statement, read by forensic psychiatrist Max Friedrich, Natascha denied ever calling Priklopil her master, even though she said the unmarried loner wanted her to. She said she thought he was not really serious about it.
The statement said: 'He was not my master. I was just as strong as him.'
She also revealed that while he sometimes treated her very well, there were other times when he did not.
Confusingly she said: 'He would, symbolically speaking, sometimes be my support and sometimes be the person who kicked me. But with me he had picked the wrong person, and we both knew that.'
It was unclear if she meant he had literally kicked her.
Natascha says she and Priklopil furnished the windowless cell she refers to as 'my room' together.
The tiny, cramped room contained a toilet, washbasin, radio and TV. It was cluttered with books and clothes and there was barely room for her to stand beneath the bed built up on a platform.
Natascha is highly protective of her room. Apparently referring to photos of it released by police, she says: 'My room was equipped with everything I would need and I made it my home, and it was not meant to be shown to the public.'
During her captivity, Natascha was helped with reading, writing and arithmetic. But she is physically weak because she survived mostly on tinned and frozen foods and very little fruit or vegetables.
Pictures of her being helped under a blanket from a police station to the hospital where she is now being cared for show skinny white legs covered with red and purple blotches.
Detectives have been trying to determine whether the kidnapper had an accomplice. When Natascha was snatched, a 12-year-old girl said she saw two men drag her into a white van.
But Natascha said: 'He carried out the kidnapping by himself. Everything was already prepared.'
Life as a kidnap victim was humdrum. She says: 'My daily life: This was carefully regulated, mostly it started with a joint breakfast - he was anyway not working most of the time. There was housework, reading, television, talking, cooking. That's all there was, year in and year out, and always tied in with the fear of being lonely.'
Dr Friedrich said Natascha has been seriously traumatised and will take a long time to recover. Her medical team will be treating her for at least a year.
As an 18-year-old she is free to make her own decisions, but she is being helped by social workers at a secure location. But Natascha said she feels 'a little bit too much controlled.'
Natascha also says she sympathises with Priklopil's mother.
She said: "I feel sympathy for Wolfgang's mother. I can put myself in her position and I feel with her and understand. We are both thinking of him.'
But she made clear that it has been her decision not to see either of her own parents, and to only speak to them on the phone.
Police believe she may have been running away from home at the time of the kidnapping because her mother and father were having a row. Their marriage ended in bitter divorce, each blaming the other for her disappearance.
The name Stockholm Syndrome comes from a four-day bank siege in 1973 when Swedish bank staff ended up defending their captors.
Austrian police spokesman Erich Zwettler said: 'Natascha's medical team have confirmed she is suffering from a severe case of Stockholm Syndrome.'
Child psychiatrist Dr Ernst Berger, a member of the team treating Natascha, said: 'After so long with her kidnapper she is showing strong indications of Stockholm Syndrome. Physically she is also very weak because of her poor a diet.'
Dr Reinhard Haller, another psychiatrist on the team, said: 'Natascha seems to have a strong personality and that will help her, but it will be a long time before she ever fully trusts anyone again. Scars will remain, but hopefully no open wounds. Whatever happens it will be a long process.'
One of his colleagues said: 'Natascha left the world we know as a child and has returned to it as a traumatised young woman. It will take a long time to get over that.
Hopefully this isn't simply a cheap way to find out from Natasha if they were intimate or not?
>>>Austrian media reported that the girl had told police that she had been sexually abused and police were investigating her claims, but the motive for the kidnapping remained unclear.
The motive remains unclear?
The motive was sexual abuse, dopes.
Maybe they're thinking that perhaps sex didn't happen until he started letting her out over the past year? I mean if she's really pregnant, it's noteworthy that that didn't happen beforehand. Maybe the past 7 years he was keeping / possessing her to be like his China doll...to be admired and such but not molested. Who knows. Either way, the guy was SICK and got what he had coming to him.
Here's candid video footage of where she lived...
7 years without a bath or shower?
I can see why her skin became so wretched... No wonder she wants to stay out of the media spotlight. Hopefully she can recover her formerly nice complexion.
She'll reportedly be giving a public interview next week:
She's about to go public, and very soon: