Edward Stanton, the U.S. attorney for West Tennessee, said Friday that Kala Bray pleaded guilty to conspiracy to engage in child sex trafficking.
Bray and a male co-defendant recruited two Memphis-area teens and lured them to Houston with promises of a trip to a water park. The teens were given drugs including Oxycontin and Xanax and were made to engage in sex acts for money in Memphis and Houston.
Bray faces up to life in prison for the conspiracy charge at sentencing in February. Other charges related to the conspiracy were dismissed as part of the plea.