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(Sun Sentinel)   Mother takes her 15 year-old daughter to New Jersey for the Super Bowl so she can make some quick cash by selling her teenager to visitors for sex. Things, of course, did not go as planned   (sun-sentinel.com) divider line 91
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2014-02-01 11:56:29 AM  
Police identified the mother as Yolanda Ostoloza, 39, of Hollywood, but her Facebook page and other public records list her name as Yolanda Ostolaza.

I'm so glad that the Sun Sentinel ferreted out that important distinction from Facebook and other public records.  Whoever said that print journalism was a dying art?
 
2014-02-01 12:22:51 PM  
That's really sad. I hope the meet-up with the cop was her first John.
 
vpb [TotalFark]
2014-02-01 12:34:23 PM  
Was her name Fancy?

/clear bootstraps.
 
2014-02-01 01:21:01 PM  
Is she hot?
 
2014-02-01 01:21:19 PM  
Ahhh, some things never change.
 
2014-02-01 01:21:33 PM  
I wonder how much she made at the republican national convention?
 
2014-02-01 01:22:21 PM  
Gilbert Aulet, a New York native whose friends live in the 18-unit building, couldn't believe it either.
"She's only 15?" he said. "That's crazy."


Well, I think we've found one of her clients.
 
2014-02-01 01:22:30 PM  
Jesus; a mom trying to pimp out her own daughter.

That should be automatic death penalty; or at the very least, forceable sterilization.
 
2014-02-01 01:22:54 PM  

Prey4reign: Police identified the mother as Yolanda Ostoloza, 39, of Hollywood, but her Facebook page and other public records list her name as Yolanda Ostolaza.

I'm so glad that the Sun Sentinel ferreted out that important distinction from Facebook and other public records.  Whoever said that print journalism was a dying art?


That could be kind of a big deal if she jumps bail, if you see what I'm saying.
 
2014-02-01 01:24:07 PM  
It's good she got caught, but how many other farkwit mothers had the same idea and didn't get caught?

Prey4reign: Police identified the mother as Yolanda Ostoloza, 39, of Hollywood, but her Facebook page and other public records list her name as Yolanda Ostolaza.

I'm so glad that the Sun Sentinel ferreted out that important distinction from Facebook and other public records.  Whoever said that print journalism was a dying art?


Today, a typo in a police report, next year fact-checking of a politician's statement.  Baby steps.
 
2014-02-01 01:26:15 PM  
She wasn't tanned and sober, ofc they noticed her.
 
2014-02-01 01:26:35 PM  

Petit_Merdeux: I wonder how much she made at the republican national convention?


Depends on if she was pimping her daughter or her son.
 
2014-02-01 01:26:50 PM  
ftfa:  "We came up here to work and make money with a pimp," the mother told detectives, according to court records. "I knew it was for escorting and prostitution. I thought my daughter was just going to do the fetish stuff."


Why do people accused of a crime just open their stupid craw and say whatever comes to mind without waiting for their attorney?
 
2014-02-01 01:26:55 PM  
No issues here.

assets.nydailynews.com
 
2014-02-01 01:27:57 PM  
Oh, just the fetish stuff?  Well, that's fine, then, carry on.
 
2014-02-01 01:29:17 PM  
Jesus; a mom trying to pimp out her own daughter.

That should be automatic death penalty; or at the very least, forceable sterilization.


Sadly of both mom & daughter. Being raised to think that's OK, and she's old enough it may be to late to correct the rolling retarded parenting.
 
2014-02-01 01:29:59 PM  
I don't get the business model here.

Sure, there's demand for underage prostitutes. Maybe there's even so much demand that there are guys who will risk the random off-the-street solicitation of some out-of-town redneck mom, instead of going through the established (and presumably much safer) mobbed-up channels.

But does the Super Bowl really change the demand curve here? The few extra people that the game is bringing into the NYC area (home to ~15M people and more than enough underage prostitutes) are the ones who can afford to hire the sufficiently legal 19-year-old through the escort service in the phone book. That is, the 19-year-old who just does a better 15-year-old impression than any 15-year-old alive.

I think Mom should have paged through her old microeconomics textbook before committing to this bit of entrepreneurship.
 
2014-02-01 01:32:30 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2014-02-01 01:34:49 PM  

SirEattonHogg: ftfa:  "We came up here to work and make money with a pimp," the mother told detectives, according to court records. "I knew it was for escorting and prostitution. I thought my daughter was just going to do the fetish stuff."


Why do people accused of a crime just open their stupid craw and say whatever comes to mind without waiting for their attorney?


More people talk their way into jail than talk their way out of jail.
 
2014-02-01 01:36:03 PM  

semiotix: I don't get the business model here.

Sure, there's demand for underage prostitutes. Maybe there's even so much demand that there are guys who will risk the random off-the-street solicitation of some out-of-town redneck mom, instead of going through the established (and presumably much safer) mobbed-up channels.

But does the Super Bowl really change the demand curve here? The few extra people that the game is bringing into the NYC area (home to ~15M people and more than enough underage prostitutes) are the ones who can afford to hire the sufficiently legal 19-year-old through the escort service in the phone book. That is, the 19-year-old who just does a better 15-year-old impression than any 15-year-old alive.

I think Mom should have paged through her old microeconomics textbook before committing to this bit of entrepreneurship.


Thats the creepiest post Ive read all week. Its too bad we can only vote funny or smart on posts. If there had been a creepy button Id have clicked it for you.
 
2014-02-01 01:36:15 PM  
That's disgusting

Uh, how much was she asking?
 
2014-02-01 01:42:38 PM  

mikaloyd: Its too bad we can only vote funny or smart on posts. If there had been a creepy button Id have clicked it for you.


We do have one. It's chained up in my basement.
 
2014-02-01 01:43:04 PM  
$200.  And a room at the Doubletree this weekend must be astronomical. Add in the cost of the flight, I can't see them making it economically all that worthwhile. It's as if this woman has bad judgement or something.
 
2014-02-01 01:44:54 PM  
FTFA:

Gilbert Aulet, a New York native whose friends live in the 18-unit building, couldn't believe it either.
"She's only 15?" he said. "That's crazy." He went on to say, "I mean, have you seen dat ass? I'm not saying I'd do anything, but I could understand it. But I never would do anything. That's so wrong. Say, do you know if the kids are being kept with a foster family anywhere near here? Oh.... no reason...."
 
2014-02-01 01:46:51 PM  

SirEattonHogg: Why do people accused of a crime just open their stupid craw and say whatever comes to mind without waiting for their attorney?


Are you asking why a woman,  who was just was arrested for pimping out her 15 year old, would make a bad decision?

The suspects typically want to minimize their actions or want some sort of "understanding" from the police.

Will sit there in depth explaining why his wife needed the frying pan across the mouth.
 
2014-02-01 01:48:11 PM  
Money is tight and times are hard, single moms have to survive somehow.
But not like this.
 
2014-02-01 01:48:40 PM  

Petit_Merdeux: I wonder how much she made at the republican national convention?


The amount wasn't reported but he is quoted as saying, "your money's on the dresser, Chocolate."
 
2014-02-01 01:52:45 PM  
How many teenagers are tickets going for now?
bluesbrothersofficialsite.com
 
2014-02-01 01:52:57 PM  

mikaloyd: semiotix: I don't get the business model here.

Sure, there's demand for underage prostitutes. Maybe there's even so much demand that there are guys who will risk the random off-the-street solicitation of some out-of-town redneck mom, instead of going through the established (and presumably much safer) mobbed-up channels.

But does the Super Bowl really change the demand curve here? The few extra people that the game is bringing into the NYC area (home to ~15M people and more than enough underage prostitutes) are the ones who can afford to hire the sufficiently legal 19-year-old through the escort service in the phone book. That is, the 19-year-old who just does a better 15-year-old impression than any 15-year-old alive.

I think Mom should have paged through her old microeconomics textbook before committing to this bit of entrepreneurship.

Thats the creepiest post Ive read all week. Its too bad we can only vote funny or smart on posts. If there had been a creepy button Id have clicked it for you.


It's creepy, but it's a fair point.
 
2014-02-01 01:52:58 PM  
"I thought my daughter was just going to do the fetish stuff."

"Before detectives handcuffed her, she told them she was only 15 "

So did the detectives have to pay or was there no charge?
 
2014-02-01 01:53:48 PM  

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: SirEattonHogg: Why do people accused of a crime just open their stupid craw and say whatever comes to mind without waiting for their attorney?

Are you asking why a woman,  who was just was arrested for pimping out her 15 year old, would make a bad decision?

The suspects typically want to minimize their actions or want some sort of "understanding" from the police.

Will sit there in depth explaining why his wife needed the frying pan across the mouth.


Well, she was coming right for him..
 
2014-02-01 01:54:23 PM  

semiotix: I don't get the business model here.

Sure, there's demand for underage prostitutes. Maybe there's even so much demand that there are guys who will risk the random off-the-street solicitation of some out-of-town redneck mom, instead of going through the established (and presumably much safer) mobbed-up channels.

But does the Super Bowl really change the demand curve here? The few extra people that the game is bringing into the NYC area (home to ~15M people and more than enough underage prostitutes) are the ones who can afford to hire the sufficiently legal 19-year-old through the escort service in the phone book. That is, the 19-year-old who just does a better 15-year-old impression than any 15-year-old alive.

I think Mom should have paged through her old microeconomics textbook before committing to this bit of entrepreneurship.


Going out on a limb here, but perhaps she wasn't marketing her daughter as being underaged. A 15-year-old could theoretically be passed off as an adult.
 
2014-02-01 01:55:34 PM  

mikaloyd: Thats the creepiest post Ive read all week. Its too bad we can only vote funny or smart on posts. If there had been a creepy button Id have clicked it for you.


Sorry (and for once on Fark I mean that). Let me come at it in a less creepy fashion.

Underage prostitution is horrible, but it happens. Because it's a very serious crime, the people who seek it out are either incredibly risk-tolerant (i.e., have very little to lose), or go to extraordinary lengths to mitigate that risk (i.e., by dealing with organized crime or finding ways to commit the crime without  actuallycommitting the crime).

So if you're desperate enough to pimp out your own underage daughter (and let's assume this is desperation and not just balls-out evil), you ought to ask yourself if there's any chance whatsoever that this could work out. And you do NOT have to have been an econ major to understand why this was going to end up with both of them in custody or dead, 99 times out of 100.

People are stupid. But even very stupid, very desperate people manage to avoid making choices this stupid on a daily basis. So either this was a  titanically bad choice from someone who's gotten good at making them, or getting caught far away from home was the point. At the end of this, the daughter will be a thousand miles away from her previous problems and in the hands of people who can better deal with her than Mom, and Mom will probably be doing better in jail/probation/etc. than she was on her own. I hope that's it. But then maybe it's just a six-sigma bad life decision.
 
2014-02-01 01:56:47 PM  

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: SirEattonHogg: Why do people accused of a crime just open their stupid craw and say whatever comes to mind without waiting for their attorney?

Are you asking why a woman,  who was just was arrested for pimping out her 15 year old, would make a bad decision?

The suspects typically want to minimize their actions or want some sort of "understanding" from the police.

Will sit there in depth explaining why his wife needed the frying pan across the mouth.



Sometimes people think that if they sweet talk the police they can get off, like when you are caught speeding.  What they fail to realize is the police can't and won't let you off when the stakes has been raised to a felony.

At this point, anything you say is just helping strengthen their case against you.
 
2014-02-01 02:01:33 PM  
Wholesome family values. It's like a frickin' Norman Rockwell piece come alive.
 
2014-02-01 02:06:36 PM  
She's now in a women's jail on Rikers Island

The warden is pretty scary, I hear

img.fark.net

/nipple
 
2014-02-01 02:07:33 PM  

semiotix: But then maybe it's just a six-sigma bad life decision.


It seems to me the mother was unable to follow a capable maturity model.

/or something
//should go get some more coffee
 
2014-02-01 02:10:28 PM  

Prey4reign: Police identified the mother as Yolanda Ostoloza, 39, of Hollywood, but her Facebook page and other public records list her name as Yolanda Ostolaza.


Friended.
 
2014-02-01 02:10:39 PM  

vpb: Was her name Fancy?

/clear bootstraps.


Hey, it was her last chance. Don't let me down.
 
2014-02-01 02:13:44 PM  
MajorTubeSteak:

SirDigbyChickenCaeser: SirEattonHogg: Why do people accused of a crime just open their stupid craw and say whatever comes to mind without waiting for their attorney?

Are you asking why a woman,  who was just was arrested for pimping out her 15 year old, would make a bad decision?

The suspects typically want to minimize their actions or want some sort of "understanding" from the police.

Will sit there in depth explaining why his wife needed the frying pan across the mouth.


Sometimes people think that if they sweet talk the police they can get off, like when you are caught speeding.  What they fail to realize is the police can't and won't let you off when the stakes has been raised to a felony.



Yes.  It's human nature to think one can just explain to the cops, act contrite and/or be cooperative and it'll all be better.

 But in reality its best to keep quiet, ask for counsel and if its appropriate (as determined by counsel) then ask for a deal or prepare what you will say to the police in preparation for defense.

The prosecutor isn't going to cut you out of deal just because you weren't talking to the police right away and asked for counsel before you would speak.  You always have that right.
 
2014-02-01 02:15:18 PM  

MajorTubeSteak: Sometimes people think that if they sweet talk the police they can get off, like when you are caught speeding. What they fail to realize is the police can't and won't let you off when the stakes has been raised to a felony.

At this point, anything you say is just helping strengthen their case against you.


You gotta try though.

Remember, the ones that work nobody hears about.
 
2014-02-01 02:17:28 PM  

iheartscotch: Jesus; a mom trying to pimp out her own daughter.

That should be automatic death penalty; or at the very least, forceable sterilization.


Going after a woman's reproductive rights is always the first move for you people.
 
2014-02-01 02:20:46 PM  

MajorTubeSteak: SirDigbyChickenCaesar: SirEattonHogg: Why do people accused of a crime just open their stupid craw and say whatever comes to mind without waiting for their attorney?

Are you asking why a woman,  who was just was arrested for pimping out her 15 year old, would make a bad decision?

The suspects typically want to minimize their actions or want some sort of "understanding" from the police.

Will sit there in depth explaining why his wife needed the frying pan across the mouth.


Sometimes people think that if they sweet talk the police they can get off, like when you are caught speeding.  What they fail to realize is the police can't and won't let you off when the stakes has been raised to a felony.

At this point, anything you say is just helping strengthen their case against you.


Gotta call BS on this one. I've talked my way out of a felony on more than one occasion. That said, in many cases and for most people, keeping your trap shut is generally good policy. If you know what not to say, there is little risk.
 
2014-02-01 02:20:54 PM  

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: SirEattonHogg: Why do people accused of a crime just open their stupid craw and say whatever comes to mind without waiting for their attorney?

Are you asking why a woman,  who was just was arrested for pimping out her 15 year old, would make a bad decision?

The suspects typically want to minimize their actions or want some sort of "understanding" from the police.

Will sit there in depth explaining why his wife needed the frying pan across the mouth.


I mean, have you HAD dry meatloaf?
 
2014-02-01 02:21:20 PM  
I need a picture of the daughter to decide what I think about this.  While more than a bit skanky and crazy looking the mom would do in a pinch.  I cant imagine that the daughter wouldnt look significantly better.
 
2014-02-01 02:22:02 PM  

semiotix: I don't get the business model here.

Sure, there's demand for underage prostitutes. Maybe there's even so much demand that there are guys who will risk the random off-the-street solicitation of some out-of-town redneck mom, instead of going through the established (and presumably much safer) mobbed-up channels.

But does the Super Bowl really change the demand curve here? The few extra people that the game is bringing into the NYC area (home to ~15M people and more than enough underage prostitutes) are the ones who can afford to hire the sufficiently legal 19-year-old through the escort service in the phone book. That is, the 19-year-old who just does a better 15-year-old impression than any 15-year-old alive.

I think Mom should have paged through her old microeconomics textbook before committing to this bit of entrepreneurship.


The mom is not a Florida native, she is originally from New Jersey.  Which explains everything, and I have never met a redneck named "Yolanda Ostolaza " That is a straight up Puerto Rican name.

assets.nydailynews.com
 
2014-02-01 02:23:06 PM  
I was just about to judge that woman to be a bad mother for pimping out her 15 year old, but then I read that she was only going to have the girl do the fetish stuff. Totally different situation then obviously, glad I got to hear her side of the story.
 
2014-02-01 02:26:47 PM  
Costa Lotsa
 
2014-02-01 02:27:23 PM  

Prey4reign: I'm so glad that the Sun Sentinel ferreted out that important distinction from Facebook and other public records.  Whoever said that print journalism was a dying art?


I cringe every time I read an article that reads, "according to a linkedin profile of the same name, blah blah blah."  In 40 years, we've gone from Woodward and Bernstein breaking the biggest political story in our nation's history, to local reporters Googling names out of the police blotter.
 
2014-02-01 02:30:50 PM  

iheartscotch: Jesus; a mom trying to pimp out her own daughter.

That should be automatic death penalty; or at the very least, forceable sterilization.


I know how you feel. The way those socialists went after this woman who is just an upcoming enterprising business woman who was hiring a young girl to give her, her first big break in the world. This is typical of Obama's policies to go after the jobmakers.
 
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