SACRAMENTO, CA (KOVR/CNN) - A pregnant woman is defending herself against accusations she ordered a pit bull to attack a teenager, and the allegations don't end there.
Police in Sacramento said the expecting mother of two also hid a loaded gun in her baby's diaper bag.
"I do everything for my kids. I'm 20-years-old with two kids," Alisha Clark said, who also has another on the way.
She said she did not sic her pit bull on her Del Paso Heights neighbor nor threaten her with a gun.
"They could give me a lie detector test. I'm not lying about anything," Clark said.
Police said on Easter Sunday Clark became upset when some young teens began petting one of her pit bull puppies. The girls were told the leave the puppies alone.
"The girls were like, "haters,'" she said.
An argument broke out and investigators said Clark then commanded her adult pit bull to attack one of the teens.
"I'm not scared of dogs so I just stood there," victim Lameka Robinson said.
Robinson said the dog tries to lock onto her leg.
"And that's when my cousin threw the beer can at his face and he stopped," she said.
Police said Clark then placed her four-month-old in a stroller and shoved a handgun into a diaper bag and began threatening the girls with it.
When police arrived they found the gun still in the diaper bag, and the pit bull still in attack mode.
"During the altercation, yes, one of the officers was attacked by the pit bull and actually tore his pants," said Officer Laura Peck of the Sacramento police.
"I'm not a bad mom. I'm not," Clark said.
No one was hurt, but Clark lost custody of her baby.
"I will kill myself because that's my life. That's everything I live for. That's everything I go to school for. That's everything to me," she said.
Clark is facing multiple charges, including assault with a deadly weapon.
The baby is being cared for by family members.