Fritzl, the woman kidnapped by her father, the ‘monster of Amstetten’, in a basement for 24 years and raped until they had seven children, currently lives a very different life under in a new identity that gave him the Austrian Justice afterwards. the life sentence that Josef Fritzl received.
This Austrian woman lives with her six children in a house in a small town in the countryside of her homeland. Her children, who she gave birth to after being forced to have sex with her father, are now between 21 and 35 years old and, according to The Mirror, she has to sleep with their bedroom doors open because of the trauma she left behind. they, were born and raised in the cellar dug by the terrible criminal in his own house.
The six children who survived are still in the process of therapy to overcome the terrible and long experience after only one died due to respiratory problems. The house they live in is guarded at all times by the Austrian police and private security agents to prevent strangers from approaching them.
In fact, their neighbors in the town are also responsible for ensuring their protection. According to the aforementioned English media, a photographer approached the area around the house and many local people approached him asking him to leave the place immediately and his intention because “they don’t want to see him or talk to him.”
The owner of a local restaurant where the family goes often says that “the family is better” and is treated “like everyone else” in a town where “everyone knows them.” “Given what they have been through, they are very polite, happy and smile a lot,” revealed the hotelier.
A fact that has been known since 2009 is that he had a romantic relationship established a year after his release with a bodyguard, named Thomas Wagner, who worked for the security company A&T and who he met when he was assigned to his escort. She lives with him, who is now 57, and the rest of his family.
A member of the team of psychiatric workers who cared for Elisabeth revealed that this relationship helped her overcome the traumas of her past, allowing her to significantly reduce the post-traumatic stress therapy she was undergoing. One of his psychiatrists said about this that “this is clear proof that love is the strongest force in the world.”
“With the approval of his doctors, he stopped psychiatric therapies while continuing his life: he got his driver’s license, helped his children with their homework, made friends locally. He lost the best years of his life in the basement; he is determined that every day he has left will be full of activity,” The Mirror reported in a new article.
It was in 2011 when someone knew for the first time what happened to Elisabeth after her mother, the wife of Josef Fritzl, known as Christine, revealed a detail about how she found normality after leaving the hell that she inhabited for a long time. time.part of his existence. This relative commented that Elisabeth loved shopping because she was unable to do so while she was confined to the basement for 24 years. Also, he announced that all the children go to school and even Félix, the youngest, has a PlayStation.
Elisabeth had no worries in the financial field because the Austrian authorities gave her a subsidy of £ 54,000 for the number of children she had and which, similarly, she was denied during the captivity that ended when she was rescued he was in April of 2008.