FAIRFIELD, California – California Prosecutors Saywere "waterboarded", shot with crossbows and doused with boiling water. Solano County prosecutors included the details in a motion to increase Ina Rogers' bail, who was charged .
She has not submitted a request.
Deputy District Attorney Veronica Juarez wrote that Rogers had supported the abuse of children by her husband Jonathan Allen.
Juarez wrote that Rogers keeps the children from reporting their injuries, including broken arms to protect Allen.
The report also states that when the police arrived in Fairfield, California, to search for a missing 12-year-old, nine children huddled with filth. The children are 4 months to 12 years old
The prosecutors accused Ina Rogers, 31, in the Solano Supreme Court, in nine child abuse cases of criminal offenses, of putting children in a situation that resulted in serious bodily harm and death could. Rogers did not object, but has rejected allegations that her children have been harmed.
Her husband, Jonathan Allen, has been indicted multiple times for torture and child abuse. He has not pleaded guilty and remains on $ 5.2 million bail in Solano County Jail.
Judge William J. Pendergast approved the Deputy District Attorney's request on a $ 495,000 bail and said that Rogers "poses no danger to the public, but these charges make it clear that it poses a danger to the children. "
Allen also denies the allegations. A lawyer representing Rogers in court refused to speak after the hearing.
The Solano County authorities previously said the children had suffered stab wounds, burns, bruises, and injuries that could be reconciled with a bullet gun
that the allegations against them and their husband are wrong.
The children's father, 29-year-old Jonathan Allen, pleaded guilty in seven cases of torture and nine cases of child abuse crimes and is being held for $ 5.2 million bail
Earlier this Tuesday, Allen said He is "no animal" and he is confident that he will be acquitted.
He told KCRA-TV from Solano County Prison on Tuesday that the children were brainwashed.
Allen said his German Shepherd puppy destroyed the bathrooms, but the household is working well as the older children help the younger ones.
He said he wanted to tell the children that he loves them.  Solano County court records show Allen was charged with domestic violence in 2011. In this case, he was charged with four crimes, including physical injury, assault and criminal threats.
In the file, the victim is identified in 2011 as Allen's wife and her initials, I.R. The prosecution alleged that Allen had used a .22 caliber caliber in some crimes.
Under an agreement with prosecutors, he did not plead for physical injury. He was sentenced to 180 days and three years probation.
Prosecutors dropped the other charges.
It is unclear whether any California government agencies in the years in which the authorities claim the 10 children had suffered "terrible" abuses
Rogers told reporters that social services interviewed the children three years ago, but nothing came from the visit and her children were returned to her.
A solicitor for child protection agencies Solano County did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday.
Rogers said she taught the children at home, but there is no record she has registered with the state as the law requires.