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Khan, now 29, was passed out on Nyquil when her 4-year-old son woke her and said the baby, James Farrior, was in trouble. She faces as much as four years in prison on a charge of reckless assault. For some reason, Khan still advertises her services on the web. As the Times noted at the time of the drowning, Khan didn't have a license to provide day care out of her Richmond Hill home.