A Brooklyn woman who took pictures of her two-year-old daughter holding a sex toy and then sent them online to a known pervert was convicted in all charges brought against her on Friday. Camille Solomon–Eaton, who attempted to use the insanity plea, was found guilty after it was shown in court that this crime was premeditated and then she attempted to cover it up, according to the New York Daily News on May 3.
The woman’s lawyer’s argument to the jury was that the child was not physically harmed due to this incident. This got the gander up of U.S. Attorney Saritha Komatireddy, who was prosecuting the case. She told the jury to “look at the images.” She pointed out the harm done to the child happens when “that man” looks at the images, “that’s the child being hurt. That’s the victimization of the child,” she continued.
Cafe' Mom accuses this mom of posting "worst picture you can ever imagine of her 2-year-old girl." Not many would disagree with this, it is a heinous crime perpetrated by the one person this little girl should be able to trust more than anyone else in the world. Mom's are just not supposed to do this.
The man who received these messages was already on the feds radar when the child’s mom sent out those pictures, stating “I hope you like.” Federal agents came across a Craigslist ad posted by Caleb Wade who was looking for “any girls into taboo sex.” They caught the pictures being sent by Soloman-Eaton of her baby daughter to Wade.
They also found kiddie porn on Wade’s cellphone that had been sent from Soloman-Eaton’s Blackberry. The prosecutors wouldn’t let the “insanity” plea take flight in the courtroom, pointing out to the jury Soloman-Eaton’s actions on trying to cover up her crime. She got rid of the Blackberry and the sex toy.
She got a new phone and put 100 new photos in that phone, but not the ones of her daughter with the sex toy, or any of the incriminating pictures that she had sent Wade. She had also sent the perverted man pictures of young girls being molested.
Wade was convicted and sentenced to 30 years by an Alabama court. Soloman-Eaton got 15 years in prison for sexual exploitation by a parent and creating pornography. She remains free on $150,000 bond.