Vivienne Yvette Sellers was sentenced to five years in jail for child pornography charges in Tampa, Florida, the US Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Floridaannounced on Monday.
Sellers told authorities that she used a cellphone app to communicate with a person whom she believed to be a nine-year-old boy about sex.
She later admitted that she wanted the child to come over to her house with his friend ‘because it was her fantasy to have sex with two young boys at the same time,’ the US Attorney’s Office wrote.
Sellers also said that she sent sexually explicit pictures of herself to the person she thought was the underage child and received sexual photos of the child in return.
She pleaded guilty in April to charges related to receiving child pornography.
Sellers is believed to have been busted after being duped by an undercover cop posing as the child she thought she was talking to. That officer was working for Project Safe Childhood, an initiative launched in 2006 aimed at tackling the growing problem of child sexual exploitation and online pedophilia.
As a part of her sentence, the court ordered her to give up all electronic devices that she used while committing the crimes, which police say took place between May 30 and June 17, 2017…Continue Reading