An early candidate for worst mother of the year brought her 15-year-old daughter more than 1,300 miles to Manhattan — to pimp her out to Super Bowl fans.
The mom’s sick admission, spelled out in court papers, shows Yolanda Ostoloza, 39, of Hollywood, Fla., knew exactly what she was doing.
“We came up here to work and make money with a pimp,” she told cops, according to a criminal complaint. “I knew it was for escorting and prostitution.”
Then there was this gem from the pimping parent:“I thought my daughter was just going to do the fetish stuff.”
Bronx vice detectives, pretending to be johns trolling for sex online, agreed to meet the teen at the New York Hilton in Midtown on Wednesday just after midnight, sources said. The cops struck up a deal to pay the girl $200 for an undisclosed sex act.
Just before they were about to slap the cuffs on her, the girl announced that she was just 15. And, she told detectives, her mother was waiting for her at another hotel.
Cops went over to the Double Tree Metropolitan on Lexington Ave. and E. 51st St. They found Ostoloza and arrested her, charging the vile mom with promoting prostitution and endangering the welfare of a child — both misdemeanors.
Ostoloza’s friend Tara Todd, 23, also of Florida, was taken into custody, but court officials said she is not being prosecuted.
Police were still searching for the pimp Ostoloza was working with — who is known only by a nickname.
With the Super Bowl just days away, the city has been cracking down on prostitution throughout the city.
Authorities charged 18 people after a yearlong investigation into a high-end prostitution ring based in Manhattan. The probe dubbed Operation Out of Bounds was a joint effort between the NYPD and the state attorney general’s office.
The flesh-peddling ring operated from an apartment at 207 E. 37th St., police said. And the nerve center of the operation was another pad at 148 E. 30th St. The Korean-born ringleader, Hyun Ok Yoonung, 41, was busted at her Long Island home, cops said.
The arrests came a week after police staged a citywide crackdown from Jan. 23 through Jan. 25 where 87 customers were nabbed trying to negotiate forbidden love from undercover cops.