Brittney Wallace Charged For Production of Child Pornography

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Brittney Wallace Charged For Production of Child Pornography

Rogers County Mother, Brittney Jo Wallace Charged with Production of Child Pornography

(STL.News) A 29-year-old Claremore woman has been indicted in federal court for producing child pornography involving her young child, announced Acting U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson.

Brittney Jo Wallace was charged with production of child pornography by a parent and with possession of child pornography.  The Court ordered Wallace detained pending trial.

“This Office seeks justice for victims, period.  The allegations against Brittney Wallace are heartbreaking, and I have confidence that Assistant U.S. Attorney Tilli Villalobos will fight for this young child and hold the defendant accountable under the law,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson.  “I appreciate the dedicated work of the OSBI Internet Crimes Against Children Unit and Tulsa’s Homeland Security Investigations Child Exploitation Task Force who led this investigation and their commitment to protecting Oklahoma’s children.”

“We are thankful to work with our state and federal partners on behalf of the children of Oklahoma,” said Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Director Ricky Adams.  “Through our collaborative efforts at the local, state and federal levels, we will do all we can to protect our children and take child sexual predators off the streets.”

According to the indictment, Wallace knowingly permitted the young child to engage in sexually explicit activity while she took photos on her cell phone on Sept.

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