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LAS VEGAS (AP) — Authorities say a Las Vegas-area woman accused with her ex-husband and his current wife of filming sex acts with their children and other relatives for more than a decade was a substitute teacher.
Clark County schools spokeswoman Melinda Malone said Tuesday the 43-year-old woman taught since 2012 but was removed from the substitute call list after her arrest last week.
The three are accused of multiple felonies including incest, sexual assault and producing pornography with minors.
The Associated Press isn't naming the parents to avoid identifying children who are alleged victims of sexual assault.
Police say they've identified at least eight victims, and prosecutors say one boy was abused beginning at 3 years old.
The husband is due in court Thursday.
The women are due in court on Tuesday.
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