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3 Minors Jailed For Allegedly Cyberbullying Victim Of Livermore ‘Hummer Mom’

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Christine Hubbs (Alameda County Sheriff's Office)

Christine Hubbs (Alameda County Sheriff’s Office)

LIVERMORE (KCBS) – Three children have been arrested on charges of making threats online against one of the teen victims of Christine Hubbs, the so-called Hummer Mom convicted of sexually abusing two boys.

Authorities said the threats began the day after Hubbs was arrested again because her parole officer discovered pornography in her home, but police said Hubbs was not connected the bullying.

The 44-year-old has served nearly half of a five-year sentence handed down for molesting two 14-year-old boys in 2010. She remains in Santa Rita jail awaiting a hearing on the parole violation.

Because they are juveniles, police have not released the names or any details about the three in connection with the threatening Internet messages.

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