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Carmita O'Bryant and James Smith

POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY, Okla. – An Oklahoma woman is facing charges after allegedly sending a naked photo of a baby girl for drugs.

On Aug. 31, investigators in Pottawatomie County were contacted by Seminole County officials about a tip from DHS.

According to the probable cause affidavit, agents with the Secret Service found evidence of a crime between James Hampton Smith and Carmita Mae O’Bryant.

Instant messages between the pair showed that O’Bryant was allegedly asking Smith for drugs “and told him that she would do anything to get them,” the affidavit claims.

At that point, investigators claim Smith told O’Bryant that he wanted a picture, asking if “she remembered what he had wanted before.”

Officers say that’s when O’Bryant allegedly sent him three pictures of the genitals of a 6-month-old female relative.

Authorities say Smith responded by asking, “So you wanna give that up?”

Officers immediately took Carmita Mae O’Bryant into custody for an interview.

The probable cause affidavit claims that during that interview, O’Bryant told investigators that she had sexually assaulted an 18-month-old boy while Smith ‘would watch’ and ‘masturbate.’

An arrest warrant was issued for O’Bryant and Smith for conspiracy to manufacture child pornography and possession of child pornography.

Her first court appearance is set for Oct. 4.