Mugshot Rebecca Shadle and Brian Spiller

Police: Prostitute charges pedophile ‘customers’ $60 to molest young daughter, says she was drunk and needed money

A Pennsylvania prostitute was arrested on Thursday after an anonymous tipster told police she was using her daughter to make money.

Trib Live reports that Rebecca Lynn Shadle, 38, of Eastmont Estates, was arrested after someone called the ChildLine hotline and left a tip that she reportedly allowed Brian Spillar, 49, and another man to touch her young daughter in a sexual manner. She allegedly charged the men $60 for the incident.

While being interviewed by detectives, Shadle refused to give the full name of the other man, but authorities indicated that he may go by the name, “Greg.” Shadle admitted that she watched the two men kiss and molest her daughter by putting their hands down her underwear. She also admitted to having sex with men for cash inside her apartment. Further, authorities found evidence of prostitution on her cellphone.

“Shadle then admitted that Spillar had paid her $60 to have sexual contact with (the girl),” Detective Sgt. John Swank wrote. “Shadle said that she was drunk at the time and needed the money.”

Authorities are trying to determine if a third man molested Shadle’s daughter in exchange for cash.

Shadle was charged with aggravated indecent assault of a child, child endangerment, and sexual exploitation of a child. Due to the seriousness of the crimes she’s charged with, Senior District Judge James Albert set her bond at $100,000.

“There are so many serious charges here. … I’m setting your bond at $100,000.”

Authorities issued a warrant for Spillar on Thursday, who hasn’t been found yet. He’s charged with aggravated indecent assault, corruption of minors, and patronizing a victim of sexual servitude.

Police are asking the public’s help in finding both Spiller and the other man accused of molesting the young girl. Anyone with any information is urged to call City of Greensburg Police at 724-834-3800.

Check back with Crime Online as additional details become available.

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