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Lori Darling David Sent Nude Photos To Teen Son's Pal, Cops Say

Katy is Cougar Town, and we don't mean they're big UH supporters.

A 37-year-old Katy mom by the name of Lori Darling David has been arrested for sending nude photos of herself to the friend of her 16-year-old son, who now is possibly the most embarrassed kid in Texas.

Thanks, Mom!!!

KHOU reports that David had been "jogging buddies" with the victim's mother, so there's that, too.

Court documents say David volunteered at the victim's high school, became friendly and connected via Facebook, because 37-year-old moms should always be friending 16-year-old dudes.

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The two began to communicate; "the conversations were often sexual in nature," court documents say, "and on the 14th of October, 2010, [the victim] received images of the defendant which clearly depicted her breast and vagina."

Classy.

The law-enforcement officer who investigated the case said one photo showed David "kneeling on the bed, clearly displaying her breasts and vagina in a lewd manner" while the second just involved breasts in a lewd manner.

David gave a videotaped confession, the documents say. She is charged with online solicitation of a minor.

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