Family Crimes

Ohio Mom Accused Of Using 3-Year-Old Daughter To Make Child Porn

Kayla Parker was returned to Pennsylvania to face charges, along with her former live-in boyfriend David Carbonaro.

An Ohio woman has been arrested and returned to Pennsylvania to face charges she created pornographic images of her own 3-year-old daughter.

Kayla Parker, 26, of Dayton was charged with sexual abuse, exploitation of children and other offenses, according to Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro and Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, who announced the arrest on Tuesday.

The crimes allegedly occurred when Parker lived with a boyfriend in Upper Darby, outside Philadelphia. That boyfriend, David Carbonaro, is awaiting trial in Delaware County. He has been charged with 68 counts including possession of and dissemination of child pornography.

During a search at Carbonaro's residence, investigators allegedly discovered hundreds of images and several video files of a 3-year-old girl in various stages of undress.

“At least one file depicted an adult female’s hand reaching inside the victim’s underwear,” Shapiro wrote in a press release.

Parker is being held on 10 percent of $1 million bail.

It wasn't immediately known if she'd retained an attorney who could comment on the charges.

The mother told police that she never sexually abused her daughter but she did allegedly admit that her boyfriend was “inappropriate” with her, according to an arrest affidavit.

“This is an egregious case – a mother who preyed upon and sexually abused her own three-year-old daughter,” Shapiro said in a statement. “Strong law enforcement collaboration between my office and Attorney General DeWine’s office led to her arrest and she will face charges in our Commonwealth. My office will hold this woman – and anyone we find abusing children in Pennsylvania – accountable for their crimes.”

[Photo: Pennsylvania Attorney General's Office]

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