Mother Accused Of Having Daughter Videotape Group Sex

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DALLAS, Texas ~ (Dallas Morning News) ~ A Dallas woman has been accused of allegedly using her daughter to record videos of her having group sex.

According to police documents, the unidentified 24-year-old woman was in Dallas County Jail on August 8th and charged with a third-degree felony of indecency with a child, which is punishable by up to 10 years in jail and a $10,000 fine; her bail was set at $50,000. The names of the woman and her daughter are being withheld for concerns that revealing the mother’s identity might lead to identification of the child.

A tip on August 6th led Dallas Police to an apartment complex, where the mother lived, on the city’s northwest side. They arrived at the location, near  Harry Hines Boulevard and Walnut Hill Lane around 5:15pm, and were told that the woman had forced her daughter to video her having sex with several men at the same time. In an interview, conducted by the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center, the girl, “detailed filming and taking photographs” of her mother engaged in sexual acts with men. In another interview at Jack Evans Police Headquarters, the mother admitted to having her daughter record her having sex with men.

The woman “explained that there were three separate incidents involving six men” that her daughter recorded, extending over a period from March to August of this year. The mother added that, “it was her idea to have (her daughter) make the recordings with a cellphone video recorder,” according to police documents. It is unclear if the identities of the six men are known, as Dallas Police officials declined to comment because the investigation is still ongoing.

Child Protective Services placed the child in the care of a foster family and is conducting its own investigation; the child was not physically harmed, according to CPS spokeswoman Marissa Gonzales. This is the second time CPS has had contact with the mother. She was also investigated around the time of her child’s birth for concerns of drug use, but neither the mother or child tested positive and the case was closed in 2004, Gonzales said.

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