Arizona woman sentenced to 7 years for trying to lure teen for sex

Arizona woman sentenced to 7 years for trying to lure teen for sex

Lisa Corn received a 7-year sentence after agreeing to a plea deal.

PHOENIX — An Arizona woman was sentenced to seven years in prison for sending illicit photographs to a teen and attempting to lure the boy for sex while both were playing an online game, KTVK reported.

Lisa Corn, 34, of Phoenix, was arrested in May 2018 and indicted on 24 felony counts, including attempted sexual exploitation of a minor and aggravated luring of a minor, the television station reported.

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Corn pleaded guilty to the charges in April.

According to investigators, Corn met the teen, from Fountain Hills, through her own child, who was playing XBox Live, an online video game, KNXV reported.

According to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office, the victim's father showed deputies numerous nude photos of Corn that the women sent, the television station reported.

Corn met the minor teenage boy from Fountain Hills through her own child, who was playing online video games with the victim. Deputies said Corn also send text messages and emails to the teen.