Mother In Fatal Fairfield Fire An Escort?

4 Children Killed in Apartment Fire in April

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    TK
    NBC Bay Area
    A fire at a Fairfield apartment on April 29 killed cousins Robert Christopher Charles, 4; Natalie Rogers, 2; Nevaeh Nunn, 2; and 1-year-old Keviana Michelle Morgan.

    One of two mothers who are connected to a fatal fire that killed four young children was identified by a relative as a paid escort on a Northern California website.

    The Monterey County Weekly website displayed the partially nude photos that one of the victim's great grandfathers said shows Shetarra James advertising as a paid escort.

    Don Morgan said there is no question it is James.

    "That's her. No doubt about it, that's her," Morgan said.

    James is one of two mothers suspected of leaving four children home alone -- with a candle burning -- when a fire broke out in a Fairfield apartment in April.

    All four children died -- some trapped -- buckled in their strollers.

    Ever since an April interview James has not returned calls to KCRA in Sacramento.

    Morgan said he talked to James on Saturday.

    Morgan said he confronted her about the ad posted just days ago in which a woman named "Ravyn" claims to be a "freaky female" and "willing to do anything" with what appears to be a price list in the ad.

    So what did James have to say?

    "She's trying to tell me she wasn't a prostitute or whatever. She said she did that a couple months ago when she needed some money or whatever," Morgan said. "To see all this stuff on the Internet -- so soon after the death of her kids -- just proves my point that she really don't have no feelings, no remorse or nothing like that."

    Now the big question in all of this is will this affect whether or not the District Attorney will pursue criminal charges in the fire?

    So far, the DA has refused to comment, but given the new photos Morgan made his feelings crystal clear.

    "Charge her. Go forward," Morgan said. "No questions asked."

    This article originally appeared on KCRA.com.