Mom Banned From Internet

November 14, 2011 by staff 

Mom Banned From Internet, Lori David was arrested in Nov. 2010 for sexting a friend of her son a couple of n*de photos of herself. A year later, the Texas mother was sentenced to a ban from the Internet instead of being sent to jail. In what is certain to be a controversial decision, a Texas judge sentenced a 38-year-old Texas mother charged with sexting n*de photos of herself to a 16-year-old high school student to a 5-year ban from the Internet. Lori David had earlier pleaded guilty to charges of online solicitation of a minor. Such a charge usually sees the defendant on their way to jail, but, according to the Daily Mail, the judge placed the woman on probation for five years and placed several qualifications on the sentence.

David was banned from her son’s high school in Katy, Texas, where she had volunteered and subsequently met the recipient of the n*de photos. The teen she admitted to sexting was a classmate of her 16-year-old son (but David was also a jogging partner of the boy’s mother). She can now only attend her son’s graduation ceremony.

The Texas mom was banned from any use of the Internet that was not work related. During the five years she is on probation, she is allowed to send text messages but only to members of her family and only to adults.

She is also banned from having contact with children under the age of 18 unless they are a family member.

And she was ordered to pay a $500 fine.

David had faced up to ten years in a Texas prison. Any violation of the probationary stipulations and David will be sent to jail. She will also be found on the sex offenders register for 15 years.

It is unknown if prison overcrowding factored into the Internet ban decision.

Court documents indicate that David exchanged messages with the teenager via Facebook prior to sending him the n*de photos of herself. One of the pictures was a shot of David n*de from the waist up. The other was of the 38-year-old n*ked and kneeling, posed on a bed in what was described as a “lewd” position.

David wept during the sentencing. Although she remained silent, her attorney, Michael Nassif, read a statement.

“Good people make bad decisions. I’m living my bad decision in front of you. Every action has a consequence and I’m taking responsibility for my actions.”

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