SCUM LIKE JOE KERR ATTACK Austrian child kidnap victim

‘World’s fascination in my sexual abuse forced me into a second prison’: Austrian child kidnap victim Natascha Kampusch reveals she suffered vile online abuse after she escaped from the dungeon where she was held hostage for eight years 

  • Natascha Kampusch, 28, was held hostage in a dungeon for eight years 
  • Next week will mark ten years since she escaped from Wolfgang Priklopil 
  • Releasing her second book since she revealed she is still abused online 
Austrian child kidnap victim Nataschsa Kampusch who was held hostage in a dungeon for eight years has revealed she still finds it hard to be free – despite this being her tenth year of freedom.
In the first reading of her new book to mark the date, the 28-year-old addressed questions about why people attacked her – both online and through letters.
Whereas she got both marriage proposals and sympathy, she also said she has encountered a lot of hostility. 
‘I must have hit a nerve in these people,’ she said.
Austrian child kidnap victim Nataschsa Kampusch who was held hostage in a dungeon for eight years has revealed she still finds it hard to be free

Austrian child kidnap victim Nataschsa Kampusch who was held hostage in a dungeon for eight years has revealed she still finds it hard to be free
In the first reading of her new book to mark the date, the 28-year-old addressed questions about why people attacked her - both online and in the mail

In the first reading of her new book to mark the date, the 28-year-old addressed questions about why people attacked her – both online and in the mail
In the ‘tell all’ tome, she says she has encountered ‘thousands of enemies’ online and even been accosted by an old woman while she was clothes shopping. 
‘I fled from an enemy and suddenly I had tens of enemies, in some Internet forums even thousands enemies,’ she writes in her book, which deals with the immediate aftermath of her escape.
Published by Austrian media, the extracts paint a picture of the chaotic aftermath of her escape.
In the 'tell all' tome, she says she has encountered'thousands of enemies' online and even been accosted by an old woman while she was clothes shopping

In the ‘tell all’ tome, she says she has encountered’thousands of enemies’ online and even been accosted by an old woman while she was clothes shopping
She has dedicated her second book to 'to all those brave women who fight for their independence, in the hope of a free, self-determined life'

She has dedicated her second book to ‘to all those brave women who fight for their independence, in the hope of a free, self-determined life’

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In one section she describes the attention she received from doctors, lawyeers and media consultants regarding her ‘first photo’. 
‘It seemed to me sometimes as if children were trying to save a strange beetle. Argue about who should hold him, and crush him at the end of eagerness.
‘The patients in the psychiatric ward were the most normal in all the madness,’ she writes.
In another part, she says she was under constant pressure to revisit her sexual assault by the media.
‘The constant demand to divulge even more, it was if they [the media] wanted to expropriate me on individuality and privacy for a second time of my right,’ she wrote. 
The 28-year-old also said she believes she gets abuse for appearing stoic in interviews and appearances, whereas people think she should be fragile – and a victim.
‘Nevertheless you will be sure to never see me cry in public or collapse sobbing,’ she writes, maintaining that her hard facade is essential to her survival.
She has dedicated her second book to ‘to all those brave women who fight for their independence, in the hope of a free, self-determined life.

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