The mother of the 11-year-old girl whose abduction was captured by a security camera two years ago pleaded no contest Monday to drug and prostitution charges and was sentenced to 90 days in jail.

Susan Schorpen has said she acknowledged problems with drug addiction and depression since the slaying of her daughter, Carlie Brucia, in February 2004.

Schorpen, 36, was sentenced to 90 days in jail for the felony drug charge and 25 days on the misdemeanor count of facilitating prostitution — which means the officer suspected her of prostitution although she did not offer sex for money.

The terms will run concurrently, and she was given credit for time served since her January arrest.

Joseph Smith, convicted of raping and killing Carlie after grabbing her behind a car wash in Sarasota, was sentenced to death last week.