Lisa Corn changed her plea in Maricopa County Superior Court on Friday.

Lisa Corn changed her plea in Maricopa County Superior Court on Friday. 

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- A Phoenix woman has been sentenced to seven years in prison for attempting to lure a boy for sex on Xbox Live. 

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

[RELATED: Phoenix woman accused of using Xbox to lure boy for sex pleads guilty]

Investigators say Corn began contacting the boy while they were playing video games. She sent him photos, including a pornographic image, as well as emails and text messages.

In April of 2018, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office Cybercrimes Unit launched an investigation after the father of the boy reportedly found sexual pictures, text messages, and emails sent from Corn to his son.

MCSO detectives believe Corn initially began communicating with the boy on headsets while playing Xbox video games.

 


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Shredder

SEXBOX! LOL. That just came to me.

Shredder

Oh yeah, I re-read the article... it is the same broad. Sorry for the previous comment!

Shredder

Isn't this the same woman who did the same thing a few months ago? She looks very similar to the woman who lured a boy to have sex with her at that time - perhaps it's her sister?

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ObeyLaws

Hey, skannks need love too...

andthesurveysays

Children of the Corn. Luckily, not in this case.

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