A victim in the Christine Hubbs sex-crimes case has been the target of recent cyberbullying, Livermore Police Officer Steven Goard said.
"We are looking into threats made upon the boy via the Internet," Goard said.
Authorities are not releasing further details and say an investigation is ongoing.
Hubbs, 44, was recently released from prison after serving two and a half years behind bars for sexual relationships she had with two teen boys.
The former Livermore resident is now back in jail after a suspected parole violation, according to court records. Hubbs violated terms of her parole when she was found with possession of pornography in Hayward, according to a KPIX report.
Hubbs 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.
We will update this story as more information is made available.
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