Parker also took the victim out of school on March 6, calling into the school and pretending to be her mother, the complaint stated. The victim’s mother eventually began to notice her daughter was acting differently, according to the document.
When she found out that she had an unexcused absence from school on March 5, she checked the teen’s cell phone, the complaint stated. When she saw text messages between Parker and her daughter revealing that Parker convinced the teen to prostitute herself, she contacted the police.
Authorities uncovered the Backpage.com ad featuring the teen in the pictures she had sent to Parker, as well as Parker’s contact information on the page, the complaint stated.
When Parker was interviewed by police on April 4, she admitted she knew the victim from cheerleading, created the Backpage.com ad for her, and drove her to perform sex acts on two separate occasions, for which she pocketed the payment, according to the affidavit.
“She really didn’t deny any of the allegations,” Minnetonka Police Chief Mark Raquet told ABC News.