Misty Velvet Dawn Spann was 25 years old when she married her mother Patricia Spann, 42, in September 2016, according to Oklahoma District Court records. The woman, identified as Misty Velvet Dawn Spann, had been in a sexual relationship with her biological mother that led to their marriage.
The same charges were brought against her mother, 44-year-old Patricia Spann, but the woman refused to plead guilty. They were later adopted and raised by their paternal grandparents.
In 2014, she met Misty and that is when the two of them "hit it off", according to reports. Both were married on March 26, 2016, after Patricia convinced Spann that their marriage was legal. She's charged with incest.
Misty made a decision to take a plea deal, admitting to the relationship in exchange for a lighter sentence.
What's perhaps most shocking of all is that this isn't the first time Patricia has been caught in a romantic relationship with one of her children. In 2008, she married her son Jody Calvin Spann in Comanche County. This marriage was annulled in 2010, when the son went to social services with a message about incest.
Prosecutors say the two married in 2016. As explained, Patricia, she believed that their relationship does not violate the laws: deprivation of rights after her name was removed from the certificate of birth of the girl.
Meanwhile, Patricia's third child Cody told KSWO that their mother manipulated them into an incestuous relationship.
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