(CBS/AP) PLACERVILLE, Calif. - According to grand jury documents unsealed Thursday, Jaycee Dugard testified to a grand jury that Philip Garrido said he kidnapped her because he had a "sex problem" and would rape others if he didn't rape her.
"In the beginning he said that I was helping him and that, you know, he had a sex problem and that, you know, he got me so that he wouldn't have to do this to anybody else. So I was helping him," Dugard said.
The testimony was unsealed by El Dorado County Superior Court Judge Douglas Phimister, despite opposition from both the prosecution and defense. Karl Olson, a lawyer representing the media, told the judge Dugard had weakened her plea for privacy by writing a memoir to be published this summer.
Garrido received a sentence of 431 years to life and his wife Nancy was sentenced to 36 years to life for holding Dugard captive for 18 years and repeatedly raping her.
Before the sentences were handed down, Dugard's mother read a statement on her behalf. It was Dugard's first public statement about her ordeal and she said her life was stolen by her abductor.
"I chose not to be here today because I refuse to waste another second of my life in your presence," Dugard wrote in a portion of the statement directed to Phillip Garrido. "Everything you ever did to me was wrong and I hope one day you will see that."
The two defendants pleaded guilty in April to kidnapping and rape under a deal that called for the sentences the pair received today.
The deal was designed, in part, to spare Dugard and her children from having to testify at a trial.
Dugard was snatched from a South Lake Tahoe, Calif. street in 1991. While being held by the Garridos, she gave birth to two children fathered by Philip Garrido.