An Arizona woman made a living by molesting her own family members and selling the videos.
Keri Harwood, 28, is accused of molesting two young children who are aged under six, multiple times at a bathroom in her home.
One of her friends had discovered the videos after she gave him access to her email account so he could help her play the mobile game Pokémon Go.
According to the court documents obtained by 12 News, Hardwood is facing 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor, and five counts of molestation of a child.
“He did a little bit of his own detective work,” Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone told 12 News.
“I commend him. I really do and I’m thankful he came forward.” He added.
The Pokemon Go account was attached to Harwood’s Gmail and Paypal accounts, and therefore, the friend was able to see her emails and Paypal transactions for $115, $101 and $50, according to reports. ‘
The friend called police after she spotted the sexually abusive videos that Harwood sold to others.
Harwood told police that all of the videos of her abusing the children were recorded while her husband was at work.
Harwood allegedly told police she met a man and she performed sex acts on herself via Snapchat, and he paid her to watch it.
According to Harwood, the man then asked her to send him videos of herself engaging in sexual acts with children. Harwood agreed and sent him six videos.
The man paid her between $500 and $600 for each video over the past few months.
“Now complete strangers on the opposite side of the world will pay to see a product such as this which is so disgusting and offensive and a child is victimized,” Penzone told 12 News.
Harwood is being held on $150,000 bond.