Hannah Anderson went online and spoke candidly about her recent abduction by James DiMaggio.

Anderson answered questions on the website ask.fm earlier on Monday and Tuesday, under the screen name @Hannahbanana722.

Anderson went missing on August 3, and was believed to have been taken by DiMaggio after he allegedly killed her mother, Christina Anderson, and younger brother Ethan.

An amber alert was issued for the missing teen, and she was found by FBI agents in Idaho. DiMaggio was shot and killed during her rescue.

When asked if she wanted to go with alleged kidnaper and murderer DiMaggio, Anderson answered, “No, not at all."

On the site, Anderson also confirmed that DiMaggio tied up her 8-year-old brother and her mother and left them in the garage before setting the house on fire and escaping with Anderson. This details were confirmed in the search warrants, which were released on Wednesday.

“I wish I could go back in time and risk my life to try and save theirs. I will never forgive myself for not trying harder to save them,” Anderson wrote on the site.

Anderson also told her on-line audience that DiMaggio threatened to kill her and that she is “absolutely” glad her alleged captor is dead.

“He had a gun and threatened to kill me and anyone who tried to help,” she wrote.

When one user asked if she would have preferred if DiMaggio had been arrested, tried, and been sentenced to life in prison for his crimes, Anderson responded that she’s glad he was shot.

“He deserved what he got,” she declared.

When asked whether she wished she had been the one to kill DiMaggio, Anderson quickly refuted the idea, saying, “I could never kill someone.”

When asked if DiMaggio raped her, Anderson declined to answer.

“I’m not allowed to talk about it, so don’t ask questions about it, thank you,” Anderson responded.

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Anderson also asked reporters to give her privacy during the session, saying, “please leave me alone. All you guys don’t know the story. And don’t need too. You already got a lot of things mixed up. So please just leave me and my family alone so we can heal. Thank you.”

The account @Hannahbanana722 has since been deleted, and the statements have not been officially authenticated, though friends of Anderson have said that the comments were indeed written by her.

Anderson also reportedly uploaded pictures of herself to ask.fm and Instagram to prove her identity and show people her manicure which she said was dedicated to her mother and brother (blue for Ethan, pink for her mother).

Olivia Truffaut-Wong

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