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Parker, 18, will spend at least two of the three years behind bars before she’s eligible for release, said Chuck Laszewski, spokesman for the Hennepin County prosecutor. If she has good behavior, she will serve the remaining third of her sentence on probation, he said.
“After a fairly lengthy hearing, the judge sentenced her to 36 months in prison,” Laszewski said.
When Parker was interviewed by police on April 4, she admitted she knew the victim from cheerleading, created a 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 charging affidavit.
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