Pennsylvania woman accused of making pornography videos using her 3-year-old daughter

By Steve Pope | October 16, 2018

A Delaware County woman who was wanted by Pennsylvania authorities for creating child pornography videos using her three-year-old daughter, was extradited back to Delaware County Tuesday, according to a spokesman with the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s

Kayla Parker, 26, of Dayton, Ohio, faces multiple felonies, including the sexual abuse and exploitation of children, endangering the welfare of a child, and indecent assault.

According to a criminal complaint, Parker, together with her ex-boyfriend, David Carbonaro of Upper Darby,  committed inappropriate sexual acts with her daughter, the three-year-old victim, including the creation of child pornography.

Parker told investigators that on numerous occasions during the time she lived with Carbonaro, she undressed the victim and then escorted the three-year-old to a bedroom, shut the door and left her alone with Carbonaro, the complaint alleged.

Carbonaro was arrested in July, following the raid at his residence. He is currently awaiting trial in Delaware County for the possession, production and distribution of child pornography.

“This is an egregious case – a mother who preyed upon and sexually abused her own three-year-old daughter,” Attorney General Josh Shapiro said. “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.”

Parker remains in jail pending a $1 million bond. Her preliminary hearing is scheduled for Oct. 26.

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