Accused kidnappers Phillip and Nancy Garrido used a stun-gun to subdue Jaycee Lee Dugard after they kidnapped her, RadarOnline.com can reveal.
The shocking revelation in the horror case came to light in a bail motion this week for the twisted husband and wife.
When Dugard accompanied the Garridos to a San Francisco Bay area police station on August 26, she “reported having been sexually assaulted on multiple occasions” Deputy El Dorado County District Attorney Trish Killiher said in a motion supporting the Garridos’ no bail status on Monday.
“It was also learned that a stun gun was used to subdue the victim at the time of the kidnap,” Killiher also wrote.
Dugard told detectives that she had been kidnapped by the Garridos and kept at their Antioch, California, property, where authorities later discovered an intricate series of tents and sheds where she was held captive.
When police discovered Dugard, she had two daughters with her, which they believe were fathered by Philip Garrido.
The Garridos allegedly abducted Dugard from a bus stop in broad daylight. Her step-dad Carl Probyn, saw the grey sedan slow down beside the then 11-year-old girl and then helplessly watched as a woman reached out and pulled her in.
Before the car sped off Probyn heard Dugard scream but she was not seen for another 18 years after allegedly being held captive by the Garridos.