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Woman Accused Of Sending Photos Of Herself Molesting Her Daughters To Inmate

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A woman has been accused of take pictures of herself molesting her two daughters, then sending those photos to a cellphone an inmate had smuggled into prison. The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department says they are holding Evelyn Alvarez, 28, of Highland on suspicion of lewd acts, The San Bernardino Sun reports. Though her daughters' ages have not been revealed, it is known that they are under 14.

The phone was found in the cell of Juan Bravo, an inmate who is serving a life sentence at Kern Valley State Prison in Delano, along with heroin. A search of the phone turned up the photos, which authorities believe Alvarez took herself.