Kidnap Survivor Jaycee Dugard Emerges from the Shadows, and with a more recent photo of her on the cover. You can see it here.
According to People, "Dugard is now living in seclusion with her mom, Terry Probyn, 50, and the two daughters – Angel, 15, and Starlit, 11 – fathered by her alleged kidnapper, Phillip Garrido, Dugard, 29, has begun the slow process of recovery. She rides horses, cooks meals and is thinking of collaborating on a book."
People says, you can read much more about her life, "including stunning photographs of her family, details of her reunion with the sister she hadn't seen since 1991 and her deepening bond with her mother--pick up the new issue of People, on newsstands Friday."
However, Dugard was not interviewed for the article. Rather, according to MSNBC, people close to her spoke at length about her rehabilitation and that of her two daughters. The 10-page article is accompanied by many pictures of Dugard and her mother. Dugard’s daughters are shown only from the back.
As for whether Dugard received money for allowing herself or her family to be photographed? People's managing editor, Larry Hackett, when asked by Today's Matt Lauer, declined to discuss those details, although he admitted the magazine had paid for photos in the past. These photos were taken by a private photographer engaged by the family
So, it looks like People didn't beat Oprah "I want Jaycee Dugard" Winfrey to the Jaycee interview. She still has a chance at her own exclusive.
But speaking of Oprah, the two UC Berkeley police employees, one from Brentwood and one from San Ramon, who helped discover Dugard, after her 18 years of captivity, were on Oprah's show yesterday.