Jaycee Dugard’s Dad Reveals His Plan For Revenge Against Kidnapper

Jaycee Dugard’s stepfather Carl Probyn is overjoyed that his daughter is back after 18 years – and now he wants revenge against her kidnappers, RadarOnline.com has uncovered.

Probyn raised Jaycee and even though he’s divorced from her mother they are still friendly and he is still very much part of the family unit.

And while he can’t wait to be reunited with Jaycee, who is being held in a secret location by authorities, Probyn also is looking forward to revenge against Phillip Garrido, the man charged with kidnapping and imprisoning Jaycee.

Watch video of Jaycee’s biological dad saying he now wants to be part of her life, after hiring a lawyer.

In fact, Probyn has already started planning his revenge.

Click here to see exclusive photos of the backyard prison where Jaycee was held.

In a recent interview Probyn said he is going to write to Garrido regularly while the kidnapper serves time. “I will be telling him how our family is doing, that we are at Disney World, or that we are out having dinner laughing, we will be at the movie talking and having a wonderful time,” Probyn said, hoping his letters will torture an imprisoned Garrido.

View more photos of where Jaycee was held.

He also plans to put a lien on Garrido’s house. “I plan to have the house seized and make sure the profits go to Jaycee and her two kids,” he said.

Garrido is believed to be the father of Jaycee’s two children, Angel and Starlit.

And Probyn isn’t directing all of his wrath at Garrido – he’s got plenty left over for Garrido’s wife Nancy. He says he’s going to ask his ex-wife to make sure authorities don’t cut a deal with Nancy to testify against Garrido because he doesn’t want her to get any kind of break. 

Click here for an exclusive video interview with an ex-pal of kidnapper describing Garrido’s madness.

“I saw Nancy in the passenger seat of that car the day Jaycee was snatched,” Probyn said, recalling the horrible day he watched helplessly as Jaycee was forced into the Garrido’s car. “They are equally responsible and should both pay the price equally.”

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