A Pulaski County woman admitted to giving her teenage daughter alcohol, and now may face 25 years in prison. Somerset police arrested Miranda Polston in March for forcing her daughter to get drunk. They say Polston held the teen down while pouring whiskey into her mouth. Police say Polston told them she did it as a punishment when she found her 14-year-old daughter and other teens drinking. When this happened, Polston was serving a 20-year probated sentence on community release. She pleaded guilty in November to several charges, including burglary. Polston pleaded guilty to criminal abuse. Attorneys say video evidence and witness testimony backs up what the police say happened. She would only have a five-year sentence for the abuse charge, but she now has to also serve the full 20-year sentence that was probated. Court officials say just the fact that Polston had alcohol was a violation of her probation. Polston could be paroled after serving 20 percent of her 25-year sentence.