Woman who aired allegations on YouTube told police she was abused 'too many times to count'

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This photo released by the Riverside Police Dept. shows Andrea Michelle Cardosa, 40, who was arrested on Monday, Feb. 3, 2014 in Perris, Calif. Cardosa a former Southern California educator was jailed on felony charges that could send her to prison for life after a former female student accused her of sexual abuse in a YouTube video that's gained nearly a million views and prompted another girl to come forward. (AP Photo/Riverside Police Dept.)

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By AMY TAXIN, Associated Press

Arraignment has been postponed for a California educator charged with sexual abuse of two former students in a case filed after one alleged victim posted a YouTube video of her accusations.

Wednesday's expected proceeding in Riverside County Superior Court was rescheduled for March 7.

Forty-year-old Andrea Cardosa is charged with five counts of aggravated sexual assault on a child and 11 other counts of abuse.

The YouTube video was posted by a 28-year-old woman who says the abuse occurred when she was 12 to 14 years old.

An 18-year-old woman who saw the video came forward and alleged she was abused when she was in middle school.

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