OUSTON - Children's Protective Services would more than likely remove a child from a parent who told them to become a prostitute.
"They should, and they would," said family law attorney Mike Schneider.
Keisha Bazley has nine kids. She turned to Child Protective Services to help her with her 14-year-old daughter, who she says was running away and causing trouble at school,
"My daughter told me that the worker had been telling her she should do these things, so she said she decided to video her," Bazley said.
CPS is housing the girl at a hotel. She's one of dozens of foster kids living at hotels in Harris County.