Tiffany Klapheke's original court-appointed attorneys filed a report from the University of Kansas. The filing of that report makes it public record.
The more than 300 page document details Klapheke's therapy sessions at the University, which started after she entered the foster care system at age 6.
The report reveals Klapheke's sexual abuse was started by her uncle when she was just 4-years-old.
The document shows Klapheke's biological mother abandoned her at her grandmother's house. For punishement, Klapheke says she was forced to stay in a locked room with no food or drink. She also claimed that she was locked out of the house, without a coat, during freezing temperatures.
Klapheke also reported having visions, which include seeing a woman who had no eyes standing at her bedroom window. Klapheke said the woman wanted to take her eyes for herself.
At age nine, Klapheke was adopted. Klapheke was sexually abused in that home by the adoptive mother's now-ex-husband.
This is just a small part of what was in the report that documented a life-time of abuse.
Klapheke is facing child neglect charges from August of 2012. The Dyess mother's three children were severely neglected, and her daughter, Tamryn Klapheke, was found dead in the crib.
Earlier this week, Klapheke's adoptive mother, Tina Romano, hired Klapheke's new attorney from Houston, George Parnham.
Parnham also represented Texas mother Andrea Yates who was found not guilty by reason of insanity after drowning her five children in 2001.
With Parnham and local attorney John Young now being on the case, Taylor County is saving tens-of-thousands-of-dollars that would have gone toward court-appointed counsel.