11:05 a.m. Tuesday update — The Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said a parole officer arrested Hubbs for possession of pornography, according to a report by KPIX.
Christine Hubbs, a woman who attracted national media attention after she gave a TV interview about her affair with a teen boy, is back behind bars.
The former Livermore resident, who recently served a five-year sentence in prison for sexual relationships she had with two teenage boys, was arrested Friday in Hayward on suspicion of a felony parole violation, according to court records.
Details on her recent release from prison and her parole violation were not immediately available.
Hubbs, 44, got the nickname "Hummer mom" because of the vehicle she drove around — sometimes with her victims accompanying her. She's being held at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin with no bail, according to court records.
In March 2011, Hubbs was sentenced to five years in prison on four felony counts relating to sexual relationships with a pair of teenage boys. She was required to serve half the sentencing as part of a plea deal, which included three to 10 years of probation.
The deal also called for her to register as a lifetime sex offender.
Patch will update this story as more information is made available.
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