When Jazzmyne was 10 years old, she went to live with foster parents Gary and Tabitha.

“On the surface, it seemed really nice,” she says. “But underneath, he was molesting me.”

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Jazzmyne claims Gary, a self-described “virtuous pedophile,” raped her four to five times -- an allegation Gary denies.

Jazzmyne claims she and the other two foster children were removed from the home after three months because CPS received a report that Gary had touched other little girls before. Gary claims the children were removed because one of the foster children came up with a story that he went for a walk in the woods and left them alone. 

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The young woman says it wasn’t until a year-and-a-half later that she remembered the alleged abuse.

“Around 11 or 12, I had spilled soup all over my legs. It burned and it sent me into a panic attack. I looked up at my mom and said I believe that Gary had raped me,” Jazzmyne says. “The next day, my mom took me to the doctor and the doctor was able to tell that I had been sexually abused at one point in time.”

The incident was investigated by police and no criminal charges were filed. Gary insists that he has never acted on his urges and has never sexually molested a child.

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“For him to claim that everything that I remember is off of false memories is ridiculous. I didn’t make this up,” Jazzmyne says, claiming that she has terrors every night. “Gary speaking out about being a virtuous pedophile is disgusting. I want people to know what he did to me, that he’s not who he says he is. And I want people to listen because I’m trying to save somebody else. I don’t want anybody else to go through what I went through, what I still go through. I’m proof he’s lying.”

On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Jazzmyne confronts Gary and Tabitha. Check here to see where you can watch.

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