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California mother allegedly had sex with both her daughters’ teen boyfriends: prosecutors

By Jackie Salo

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Coral Lytle * Tulare County Sheriff’s Office

(NEW YORK POST) — A California mom may serve time after she had sex with both of her own daughters’ boyfriends — who were each high school freshmen when she stole them away from the girls, officials said.

Coral Lytle, of Tulare, pleaded guilty in March to 21 sex-related charges including unlawful sexual intercourse, oral copulation and contacting a minor for sex, news station KFSN reported.

But a disagreement over the 41-year-old mom’s sentencing Monday has caused a delay in the case and could now allow her to withdraw the plea, according to KFSN.

Lytle was accused of having sex on multiple occasions with the two Redwood High School students between September and October 2017.

Prosecutors said the mom provided alcohol and cigars to the underage boys, and would drive from her home to them for the raunchy rendezvous.

“The crimes in this case committed by the defendant involved great cruelty and callousness especially considering the defendant took advantage of a position of trust to molest two boys who she met when they (were in) teenage dating relationships with the defendant’s daughters,” prosecutors wrote in recent filings.

Authorities were initially notified when one of teen boys reported the “inappropriate relationship” with Lytle.

“[The victim] stated this was the last time he had sex with [Lytle] because he felt bad shaking [Lytle’s] husband’s hand knowing what he was doing with [Lytle],” prosecutors said.

Lytle appeared in court Monday, where the initial plea agreements collapsed as multiple judges disagreed over her sentence.

A judge indicated at a hearing in early March that she would likely be sentenced to three years in prison, but then a different judge who oversaw her enter the plea last month said he would offer her one year in county jail with a suspended six-year sentence.

Then a third judge said Monday he didn’t believe the sentence was appropriate and set another hearing for the following week.

The new hearing will enable the mom to withdraw her plea, prosecutors said.

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