Court papers released Thursday reveal horrifying new details about the ordeal that was suffered by Jaycee Lee Dugard during the 18 years she was held captive by convicted rapist Phillip Garrido.
The papers reveal that Jaycee, who was abducted by Duggard in June 1991, when she was 11 years old, did not even leave the backyard of Garrido's dilapidated Antioch, California compound where she was held captive, for the first 4 years after her abduction.
The papers state that Jaycee was impregnated by Garrido when she was just 13 and had her first child at 14. Jaycee was impregnated again when she was 16 and had her second child at the age of 17.
The papers detail an elaborate plan that Garrido devised to keep Jaycee hidden. Part of that plan included giving Jaycee the name "Alyssa" and instructing Jaycee and her daughters to run to a hidden backyard if ever anyone came to the door.
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Garrido also put in place a plan that if he were ever arrested that Jaycee was to request an attorney "so that his attorney and her attorney could communicate without law enforcement knowledge."
The papers were filed by the State of California in opposition to a motion on behalf of Garrido requesting he be given the secret address that Dugard is currently living at along with visitation rights and photos and video of Dugard and her two children.
In addition to their opposition to the motion the State of California have requested a protective order be put in place to prevent Garrido, and his wife Nancy, from making any contact with Dugard or her daughters.