A California mother who has been accused of having sex with two of her teenage daughter's boyfriends will avoid spending time behind bars after a judge decided that a six-year suspended prison term with five years of probation was not appropriate.
"Most of the time, when a court makes an indicated sentence, the probation report will follow the indicated sentence," said Tulare County Assistant District Attorney David Alavezos. "There are times the probation report will recommend a sentence that is not what was indicated."
Police say that 41-year-old Coral Lytle seduced the two boys, who were freshmen at Redwood High School, and would drive 15 miles to their home and bring alcohol and cigars. She is accused of sleeping with the boys, who were 14 and 15-years-old multiple times in 2017. She was facing 21 felony sex charges.
One of the victims told investigators that he called off the illicit relationship because he felt terrible for Lytle's husband who filed for divorce days after she was arrested.
Lytle has been released from jail and will be able to withdraw her earlier plea. She will have another hearing to set the date of her trial.