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PALMDALE, Calif. — A California judge found a man guilty of kidnapping a 22-year-old woman, throwing her in a car and sexually assaulting her for more than a year in an abandoned house in a remote area of the Los Angeles County desert.

The victim, who prosecutors have charged is Amber Monroe, told a judge today she now feels “vindicated.”

Amber Monroe, 22, was kidnapped at gunpoint with the help of a man who broke into homes, stole belongings and left her to be used as a sex slave until she was rescued by police a year later, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office said in a statement.

Monroe told the judge she was so terrified by the man who broke into her house that she tried to run, according to the statement. At one point, she fell and hurt herself on a rock in the sand.

“I don’t regret going to work in the morning or coming home to my baby,” she said. “I don’t regret having a job, even a minimum-wage job. Those are the only reasons I decided to go to work. I would never regret what I did.”

She said she never suspected she was being held for ransom until her mother told her about the case in a 911 call made by the kidnapper a year after Monroe was freed.

“I started crying when I talked to you,” the mother sobbed in an online court filing.

She described the man who committed the crime: “He had a tattoo on his arm of an angel facing toward the sun with the letter “A” over it. His name has been changed to protect his identity.”

Monroe said the man also raped and beaten her, including choking her with duct tape.

“He hit me and kicked me and did other things and then he took me into a deserted house,” Monroe said in court.

Judge John A. Martin sentenced Mark L. R. Martinez, 25, to life in prison without the possibility of parole, a prison term that could have been reduced to less than seven years under the state’s special circumstances for juveniles when the crime is committed against a child.

Ramos told the judge a month after