Sept 20, 2011 -- The California mother of a teenage hockey player has been accused of having sex with at least two of her son's teammates at booze-fueled sleepovers she allegedly threw for the team, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Department.
Katia Marie Davis, 44, is suspected of having sex and engaging in lewd acts with boys who were younger than 16 years when the alleged relationships began, police said. The boys were her son's teammates on the Beach City Lightning hockey team in upper-middle-class Laguna Niguel, Calif.
Davis threw sleepover parties for her son's team and allegedly provided alcohol to the boys, making a move on them when they went off to bed, Orange County Sheriff's spokesman Jim Amormino said.
A relationship between Davis and one boy, who was younger than 16 when the alleged sex began, lasted a year and a half, according to police. The boy told his mother about the alleged relationship, who reported it to Davis' ex-husband, who then notified police.
Davis is accused of having had a previous sexual relationship with a boy who was either younger than 14 or younger than 16 when the alleged acts began. That alleged victim is now an adult, and could not remember exactly when the relationship between the two first started, Amormino said.
Investigators believe there is a third victim who will be interviewed today, and are looking into possible additional victims.
Davis was arrested, charged and released on $25,000 bail after the first arrest, but police believe that bail will be raised today as the investigation continues, Amormino said.
Other hockey moms on the team had their suspicions about Davis, police said.
"Some mothers on the team did state they had a funny feeling about her, woman's intuition or whatever," Amormino said. "There was a lot of talking about her on the team, but the suspicions turned out to be true."
Amormino said the alleged acts had been going on for three to five years.
The Beach City Lightning hockey club said Davis and her son had not been involved with the team since 2007.
Davis did not immediately return calls for comment.