And it's not Florida! New Jersey woman, 30, who videotaped herself performing sex acts on a four-year-old boy and then sold the footage gets 25 years in prison http://i.***************/i/pix/2016/08/28/14/37A7EB7E00000578-3761664-image-m-4_1472391064043.jpg +2 Pamela Dziminski (pictured), 30, of Ewing, New Jersey, has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for recording herself performing sex acts on a four-year-old relative and then selling the footage A New Jersey woman who videotaped herself sexually assaulting a four-year-old relative and then sold the footage is headed to prison. Pamela Dziminski received a 25-year sentence Friday after pleading guilty to aggravated sexual assault last year. Dziminski's parents read a statement after Mercer County Superior Court Judge Anthony Massi announced the 30-year-old Ewing, New Jersey, woman's sentence. The parents said they are in a 'state of shock' and that they had no idea about the double life Dziminski was leading, according to NJ.com. They added that their daughter had been depressed before the assault. Dziminski admitted performing sex acts on the boy and taping them on her cellphone, according to authorities. She then sent the videos to three people who gave her cash. http://i.***************/i/pix/2016/08/28/14/37A809D700000578-3761664-image-a-3_1472391060550.jpg +2 Dziminski (pictured) also took nude photos of the child and nude photos of herself with the child Child welfare officials alerted Mercer County authorities when they found a video circulating online. They say Dziminski also took nude photos of the child and nude photos of herself with the child. 'The child was very young. He had no control over the situation,' Massi added. Dziminski's parents told the court in a letter the child doesn't remember the assault. They added they believed their daughter was coerced into taking the video. Dziminski's attorney unsuccessfully argued for a lesser sentence, saying there were other circumstances that affected her client's behavior. Dziminski must serve 20 years before she becomes eligible for parole.