PALM BEACH COUNTY, FL-- Agents in South Florida and Southern California say they are working hard to make sure convicted child molester George England does not walk free.
Now, the woman who says she was kept as England's sex slave for close to 30 years breaks her silence. "The first time he tried to have intercourse with me, he chased me around with a needle. I don't remember much after that," said Palm Beach resident Jackie Zudis during a taped FBI interview last week.
The details are enough to make most people nauseous.
Zudis was born in Vietnam but says England bought her from her mother when she was 5 years old. For the next 30 years she says she was sexually abused by England. "I was 13 when I first became pregnant," she said.
Reportedly, Zudis had five pregnancies, four resulted in abortions and one child was given up for adoption.
What may even be more sickening then her horrifying account, is the fact that England was merely hours away from being released from a California prison last Friday where he had served only three years for raping one of Zudis's friends.
"We just got off the phone with authorities in West Palm Beach," said Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas. They have a warrant out for his arrest. He won't get out."
Rackauckas made that announcement Friday, moments after learning he had been successful in preventing England's release.
Rackauckas says the state's mental health evaluators had granted England's parole. "He's a wolf in sheep's clothing," he said.
A wolf in sheep's clothing that lived in Palm Beach County as a fugitive...allegedly keeping Zudis captive- for more than 25 years until 2005 when agents finally tracked him down.
Zudis, who is now married, says she has no doubt England is a danger to society. If anyone doubts it, she wants them to listen to her story. "I came into this country. I didn't have anybody to talk to, no one I could trust, " she said.
The FBI is able to assure England stays behind bars by bringing up new charges against him, dating back to when he lived in Palm Beach County.
Those charges are child pornography and transporting a minor for sexual activity.
KNSD contributed to this report.
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