Hannah Anderson, a kidnapping survivor, is setting the record straight. She spoke out for the first time on NBC's "Today" show on Thursday morning since she was kidnapped.
The 16 year-old says she communicated with her accused kidnapper, James DiMaggio, over text messages instead of phone calls.
Search warrants originally said Anderson exchanged about 13 phone calls with DiMaggio before he picked her up from cheerleading practice that day.
San Diego Sheriffs say they cannot explain the discrepancy right away.
Police say James DiMaggio killed Anderson's mother and 8 year-old brother on August 4th at his California home. According to reports, he then took off with Anderson.
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