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Missouri mom charged for topless prohibited cylinder print with teen daughter

December 19, 2013 St. Charles No Comments

(Reuters) – A print of a topless Missouri mom and her bare-breasted teenage daughter in a prohibited cylinder has landed a mom in prohibited H2O with a law.

Mari Hieken, of Wentzville, Missouri, has been charged with misconduct child endangerment and could face a year in jail after a print of herself and her 14-year-old daughter circulated on some Internet amicable media sites, law coercion officials said.

A military news pronounced a occurrence took place Nov 14 during a woman’s home as she and her daughter “knowingly acted for a topless photograph.” The print was circulated in dual area high schools, a military news states.

The mom told a internal radio hire she was not posing, and did not intend for a print to be taken, let alone distributed, though that another daughter snapped a print before Hieken could stop her.

Hieken could not be reached to criticism independently.

St. Charles County Prosecutor Tim Lomar told internal media a lady should be hold to criticism on a charges, that were filed Dec 12.

“The mom was really clearly present, concerned when a design was taken,” Lomar told St. Louis radio hire KMOV in an interview. “It positively had some passionate overtones. This was a mom who done a really bad choice.”

Lomar declined to yield serve comment.

(Reporting by Carey Gillam in Kansas City; modifying by Gunna Dickson)

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