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Monday, August 9, 2010

Christine Shreeve Hubbs, 'Hummer Mom,' Accused of Sex with Boys

Posted By and on Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 8:45 AM

click to enlarge Christine Shreeve Hubbs' booking photo
  • Christine Shreeve Hubbs' booking photo
Readers might remember the truly disturbing case of Christine Shreeve Hubbs, the attractive Mormon mother from Livermore who was arrested in August for allegedly having sex with young teenage boys. Now in a plea deal, Hubbs will likely go to prison for five years.

On Thursday, Hubbs plead no contest to four counts of having sex with underage boys. She is expected to serve five years in state prison as well as register as a sex offender for life. In exchange for her plea, prosecutors dropped 63 other counts related to the incident.

The "remorseful" mother and wife of a dentist is accused of buying water pellet guns for some teenage boys and letting them fire out the window as she drove her Hummer around the neighborhood. She then took the teens to another location and "exchanged sex acts," which gave her the nickname "Hummer Mom."

She supposedly sent sexual text messages to one of the boys and gave him cash, gifts, and an expensive cell phone to maintain contact with her.

Hubbs was arrested after the mother of the two boys found nude pictures of Hubbs on their phones.

She will be sentenced March 25.

"She is very, very remorseful," Hubbs' attorney, Michael Cardoza told reporters.

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