Woman records conversation with teacher who allegedly molested her

A teacher who once worked in the Central Valley is now being investigated for sexual abuse in Southern California.
January 21, 2014 5:01:39 PM PST
A teacher who once worked in the Central Valley is now being investigated for sexual abuse in Southern California.

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A YouTube video has gone viral. It shows 28-year-old Jaime secretly recording a phone conversation with her former teacher, in which she confronts the woman about why she sexually molested her when she was twelve years old.

The woman admits to the abuse and says she regretted what she did to Jamie.

At the time, she was a vice principal at Alhambra High School. She resigned once Jaime emailed a link to the video to district officials.

Action News has learned the teacher, Andrea Cardosa, once worked for the Coalinga-Huron School District as a PE teacher and coach.

Superintendent Roger Campbell said, "We are looking into some allegations that took place in another district and we have no indication this took place in our district at all even when she worked here so, but we have to follow up on it."

The Riverside Police Department has an open investigation into Andrea Cardosa. Jaime's attorney tells Action News, she has also hired a criminal defense attorney.

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UPDATE: A second victim has come forward claiming she was molested by a former Alhambra assistant principal and Riverside teacher

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