Fresno TV station KFSN reports that a mother in Tulare, California has been accused of having sex with both of her daughters' underage boyfriends. A Tulare County deputy district attorney wrote that the 41-year-old Coral Lytle "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."

Lytle's accusers were both Redwood High School freshman at the time of the alleged abuses. She reportedly gave both victims cigars and alcohol, and would drive from her home in Tulare to the neighboring city of Visalia where she would meet them to have sex.

One of the boys in question, who was 15 at the time, decided that he wasn't going to have sex with Lytle again after the third time, "because he felt bad shaking [her] husband's hand knowing what he was doing with [Lytle]." 

Authorities were first made aware of the case when one of the boys reported an "inappropriate relationship" with Lytle to Visalia police. After Lytle's husband became aware of the situation upon her arrest, he filed for divorce. She has since pleaded guilty to 12 counts of sexual abuse of minors, although prosecutors state that a disagreement among judges on the case could potentially result in a new trial date to discuss a "new indicated sentence."

The allegations were first made against Lytle in 2017, when the alleged victims were just 15 and 14. She initially pleaded not guilty but later agreed to change her plea in exchange for probation and a suspended six-year prison sentence. The judge has delayed the sentencing because he didn't think it was appropriate for the crimes she committed.