NorCal mom delays plea in teen sex case

FRESNO, Calif.

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42-year-old Christine Hubbs was arrested Thursday after a month long investigation.

Authorities say one of the boys told them he started having sex with Hubbs in 2008 when he was 14.

Police say while they were investigating, they interviewed another boy who said he was also having a sexual relationship with Hubbs.

According to police, Hubbs regularly provided the victims with money, dinner at restaurants, and video games.

Hubbs has been married for about 20 years, and has three children, according to her Facebook and MySpace pages.

She faces more than 60 counts of sexual assault. Her bail has been set at more than $4 million.


Associated Press story:

A 42-year-old Northern California woman has been arraigned on felony charges of unlawful sex with two teenage boys, but delayed entering a plea while her defense lawyer reviews the evidence against her.

Christine Hubbs, a mother of three from suburban Livermore, remained jailed on $4.3 million bail following a brief court appearance Monday.

A police affidavit from the case alleges that Hubbs made advances on one of the boys when he was 14 and dating her daughter. Authorities say that relationship lasted between December 2008 and January of this year.

Livermore police say another boy, now 14, told them he had a relationship with Hubbs that ended last month.

Hubbs' husband attended Monday's court hearing, as did stunned friends of the couple.

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