Muskego Woman Accused of Sending Sexual Pictures of Young Girl to Man She Met on Internet
Suspect told police she was aroused by the fact the man she met on a fetish website who was pleased with the work she was doing.
(Editor's note: we have chosen not to reveal the woman's identity out of respect for the minor involved in the incident.)
A 37-year-old Muskego woman is facing multiple charges after she allegedly took sexually explicit pictures of a young girl and sent them to a man she met on a fetish website.
The woman, a parent volunteer at Tess Corners Elementary, was charged in Waukesha County Circuit Court Tuesday with two counts of first degree sexual assault and two counts of sexual exploitation of a child. If convicted, she faces up to 200 years in prison.
According to the criminal complaint:
The suspect met a man named "David" on the website and would take pictures of the young girl, who is a family member, naked and send them to him. Some of the pictures also involved the suspect in inappropriate poses with the girl.
The woman’s husband discovered emails between his wife and "David" where the man would talk about objectifying the girl for sexual pleasure and binding them up.
She also ordered a dog collar from a website and was planning to put it and a leash on the girl because "David" asked her to do so. He also asked her for more pictures of other girls, but wanted to focus on the first victim before moving on to others.
Police have confirmed that it appears that no other children were involved.
"At this point in the investigation there is nothing to indicate that there are any victims outside of the immediate family. There is also no present/immediate danger to any children at this time," according to Muskego Police Capt. John La Tour.
"We have been in constant communication with Dr. Joe Schroeder to assure that the schools are safe and no students are in anyway exposed to any type of danger," he added.
The woman is being held in Waukesha County Jail on $50,000 cash bond. She’s scheduled to appear in court October 6 for a preliminary hearing.