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Mother faces 102 years behind bars after daughter told the judge ‘what she did during sleepovers’!

During the sentencing hearing, the mother displayed emotions of remorse and shame as she cried, acknowledging the harm she had inflicted upon the young boys. She admitted her failure in fulfilling her maternal responsibilities by failing to protect the children. It is important to note that her own daughter, who was 11 years old at the time of the incidents, remained unaware of her mother’s actions.

After just three hours of deliberation, the jury found the mother guilty. Deputy Attorney Kleine expressed immense satisfaction with the verdict, considering the ordeal endured by the families and victims involved. He commended the victims for their courage in staying resolute and testifying throughout the challenging legal process.

Court documents reveal that the 38-year-old mother, named Christina, received her sentence after being convicted of sexually assaulting two teenage boys over a span of two years. She engaged in these acts after impairing their resistance to alcohol and marijuana edibles, according to the Omaha World-Herald.

The victims were twelve and thirteen years old at the time, and the assaults occurred during sleepover parties hosted by her daughter. Christina was convicted by a jury on multiple charges, including first-degree sexual assault of a child, felony child abuse, and witness tampering. As a result, she has been sentenced to 64 to 102 years in prison, ensuring her incarceration until her nineties.

The arrest of the 38-year-old mother took place following a report made to the police regarding her sexual activities with one of the victims. During an interview with a sheriff’s deputy, a thirteen-year-old victim admitted to having engaged in sexual acts with the mother on three separate occasions at her home during the sleepover parties.

Subsequently, another victim came forward, sharing a similar account of abuse. The mother was then faced with an additional charge of child enticement. Deputy Attorney Kleine emphasized that engaging in sexual acts with an adult female is often wrongly perceived as desirable by young individuals, despite the detrimental effects it has on their lives.

The victims, in this case, have endured bullying and the need to change schools multiple times, and Deputy Attorney Kleine expressed his sympathy for their ongoing struggles.

During the sentencing hearing, the mother displayed remorse and shed tears, expressing her deep shame for the harm she had inflicted upon the young boys.

She acknowledged her failure in fulfilling her motherly duties and protecting the children. Kleine highlighted the lasting impact on the victims, who are now in their mid-teens, stating that trust issues will likely affect their future relationships due to the trauma they experienced.

While the victims and the mother’s daughter have not been publicly identified due to their status as minors, her daughter testified in court, recounting how her mother instructed her to keep the sexual assaults inside the house a secret. The daughter also disclosed witnessing her mother kissing a boy in one of the rooms.

Ashlie is a senior reporter for the TosBos News. She covers live and breaking news from 6 am every day. Ashlie joined the M.E.N. in 2019 having previously worked for Cavendish Press news agency.


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