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A woman who posts pictures of her daughter on the internet, without her permission, is facing jail time in Ontario.
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reported on Thursday that 22-year-old Victoria Condon faces charges for making a “pornographic, indecent and defamatory communication.”
Police said they received a complaint from the woman in September that she was posting nude photos of her two-year old daughter on social media, without consent.
Police found photographs of the child online, which Condon admitted to posting.
Police said that she then shared photos of the daughter online with the same name and other identifying information.
The mother said she was upset by the photos, but did not realize the photos could be taken without her consent.
Condon told police she made the posts to try to help her daughter with her homework.
Cordon, of Brampton, Ont., pleaded guilty to criminal harassment and making a criminal communication and faces two years in jail.
She has been released on $1,000 bail.
Candon said she did not want to talk about the case because she didn’t want to be a burden to her daughter.
The Ontario College of Teachers said in a statement that it was “extremely disappointed” with Condon’s sentencing.
Cords sister-in-law, who asked not to be identified, said her sister- in-law was upset about the charge, but not about the child porn.
“I think it’s a little over the top,” she said.
“It’s really unfortunate that something like that would happen.”
Condon said she is hoping to change her life and start a new life.