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Woman Admits To Raping 13-Year-Old While Mother Waited Outside

OKLAHOMA CITY - Police have arrested a woman that admitted to raping her friend's 13-year-old son while the boy's mother waited outside in the car.

Police said they arrested Jamie Etsitty, 28, early Sunday morning after being called on a possible child molestation charge.

 According to the report, the victim's mother said they stopped at Etsitty's home to pick her up along with items for Etsitty's children. She said she let her 13-year-old son go inside with Etsitty to get the items but said she was waiting for a while and sent her 8-year-old son in to see what was taking so long.

Not long after the younger brother went in, he came running back and told his mother he saw and heard Etsitty and the 13-year-old "doing dirty things".

The boys' mother went inside and asked Etsitty what happened. She said Etsitty denied doing anything wrong. She told police Etsitty and her son were acting strange and that Etsitty was very intoxicated. They all left together and she said Etsitty passed out once in the vehicle.

When they arrived at the victim's home, the teen's mother called 911. Police arrived and talked to the boy who said Etsitty was drunk and "pushy". Police said he told them she sexually assaulted him in a closet inside the home. He want on to say that he was scared and didn't know what else to do besides go along with it.

After hearing his story, police say they went in the home and found Etsitty passed out on the couch. After she woke up and become coherent, police interviewed her and said she admitted to her actions.

Etsitty was arrested and taken to the Oklahoma County Jail.

(Source FOX25)