Man accused of pimping out pregnant girlfriend

Man Accused of Pimping Out His Pregnant Girlfriend

OKLAHOMA CITY - A metro man is accused of pimping out his pregnant girlfriend.

Police caught Christopher McEvoy and Rihannon Mathis in an undercover sting.

The two have been in a relationship for two years, according to Facebook.

Court records show Mathis offered to perform sex acts on an undercover cop for $300 in a south Oklahoma City apartment.

Officers say McEvoy was there too, acting as a lookout in the parking lot.

"The disturbing trend this arrest highlights is ten, 15 years ago, you didn't see just average couples engaging in prostitution, especially high-profile prostitution where they're advertising online," JohnTV creator Brian Bates said.

Mathis talks about her pregnancy on social media.

She was a dancer at a local strip club after quitting her job at a daycare.

When police arrested McEvoy and Mathis, they say they found marijuana, meth, and heroin inside their apartment.

"These people often get hooked on drugs, often get abused by their customers, often get abused by those that are selling them and unfortunately in the worst case scenarios, they end up dead," Bates said.

The case is similar to the high-profile Jaymie Adams case.

Adams was stabbed to death in 2011, allegedly by one of her clients.

Prosecutors said Justin Adams, Jaymie's husband, pimped her out on Craigslist.

Jaymie Adams was pregnant too.

Justin Adams was originally charged in her murder, until phone records foiled his involvement.

The DA still prosecuted him for manslaughter.

As for Mathis and McEvoy, both have criminal records.

"If they thought prostitution was a way out of any problems that they had, they just learned it dug them a much deeper hole," Bates said.

Arrest warrants have been issued for both McEvoy and Mathis.

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Risk factors for complications during pregnancy

Advanced maternal age

Pregnancy risks are higher for mothers age 35 and older.

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Lifestyle choices

Smoking cigarettes, drinking alcohol and using illegal drugs can put a pregnancy at risk.

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Medical history

 A prior C-section, low birth weight baby or preterm birth — birth before 37 weeks of pregnancy — might increase the risk in subsequent pregnancies. Other risk factors include a family history of genetic conditions, a history of pregnancy loss or the death of a baby shortly after birth.

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Underlying conditions

Chronic conditions — such as diabetes, high blood pressure and epilepsy — increase pregnancy risks. A blood condition, such as anemia, an infection or an underlying mental health condition also can increase pregnancy risks.

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Pregnancy complications

Various complications that develop during pregnancy pose risks, such as problems with the uterus, cervix or placenta. Other concerns might include too much amniotic fluid (polyhydramnios) or low amniotic fluid (oligohydramnios), restricted fetal growth, or Rh (rhesus) sensitization — a potentially serious condition that can occur when your blood group is Rh negative and your baby's blood group is Rh positive.

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Multiple pregnancy

Pregnancy risks are higher for women carrying twins or higher order multiples.

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