Jaycee Dugard ‘doing well’ on one year anniversary of discovery, spokeswoman says | TahoeDailyTribune.com

Jaycee Dugard ‘doing well’ on one year anniversary of discovery, spokeswoman says

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A year after things are looking brighter for Jaycee Lee Dugard, the now 30 year old woman who was allegedly held as a sex slave for 18 years at the home of Phillip Garrido. Dugard spokesperson Nancy Seltzer told FOX40 News that she is doing well and making amazing progress in her therapy sessions.

Dugard has also found an interest in writing.

“She is writing weekly…working on her journal. She is great at writing…she has a talent for it and she wants to pursue it,” Seltzer said.

Seltzer also said there may be a public forum for her writings, but she did not elaborate. She is also interested in starting a foundation for children victimized by men like Garrido.

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