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Friday, April 29, 2011

Christine Shreeve Hubbs, "Hummer Mom," Talks About Sex with Boys (Video)

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In an exclusive interview with ABC7, Christine Shreeve Hubbs, the notorious "hummer mom," talks about how she ended up in a sexual relationship with two 14-year-old boys -- one of whom was her daughter's boyfriend.

She said she granted the interview with reporter Dan Noyes hoping that it would diminish her image as a sexual predator. But, not surprisingly, the interview makes her story only that much more of a jaw-dropper.
 
Noyes met with Hubbs -- the Mormon wife of a Livermore dentist -- at the Santa Rita Jail, where she is serving five years after being convicted last month of having sex with underage boys. She told him that the first sexual encounter happened in 2008 during a trip to her family's house in Tahoe. Hubbs had fallen asleep in a queen-size bed with her two daughters and her daughter's boyfriend. At some point, she said, there was some "feeling around."

And she just went with it, she told Noyes.


She said that she tried to get the boy to stop, but then she was worried her kids would wake up, so she led him into another bedroom where they had "sexual encounters."

"I didn't start it; I didn't touch anything back," she tells Noyes. "It was him -- he started it."

Although detectives Noyes interviewed told a different story. They claim Hubbs was the aggressor who went into the boy's room -- where he was sleeping alone -- wearing only an overcoat.

Hubbs said she continued the relationship with the boy because she was worried he would tell someone. "He could flip at any time and say something, and then I'm where I'm at today," she said.

But detectives read some of the text messages she had sent the boy, including one saying "you are mine, mine, mine so tell all the other girls to f-off." In another message, she wrote, "I miss your touch."

Whenever the boy tried to stop seeing her, Hubbs drew him back in by showering him with gifts and money.  Detectives told Noyes that the boy finally pulled away -- and that's when the second victim came into the picture.

She gave the boy's best friend a ride home, perhaps to make him jealous. They parked at a Little League field and started having sex. "We just had sex in the back of the car," Hubbs says. "It just happened, I don't know -- it's my fault."

Hubbs supposedly bought water-pellet guns for the teenagers and let 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."

Hubbs got busted by the cops after she sent the first boy a topless photo of herself. The boy's mother found the picture on his phone and called police.

So what possessed Hubbs to have sex with teenage boys? She tells Noyes that she had a lot of stress in her marriage as well as financial issues, both of which impaired her judgment at the time.

Watch the full interview below.
 



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