By Brian Ping

Pamela Jean Grubb was convicted back in September on four counts of lewd acts on a child under 14 years old. (courtesy Riverside County Sheriff’s Dept.)

RIVERSIDE ( — A Cabazon mother convicted of molesting her three young daughters could spend the rest of life in prison.

KNX 1070’s Brian Ping reports 48-year-old Pamela Grubb received 62 years to life behind bars on Wednesday after her conviction last month.

Grubb was convicted on Sept. 26 of four counts of lewd acts on a child under 14 years old and one count of sexual penetration of a minor with a foreign object, as well as a sentence-enhancing allegation of victimizing multiple children.

Grubb’s youngest daughter, 15, testified at trial that her mother physically and sexually abused her beginning when she was three years old.

She claimed she and her two older sisters endured mistreatment for up to four years before they were placed in their father’s custody.

Grubb was accused of improper touching and kissing, and forcing the daughters to watch her have sex with random men.

Her marriage ended in 2005 after her attorney said the mother’s schizophrenia grew progressively worse.

Grubb was briefly treated for mental instability, but was later deemed competent to stand trial. Jurors took less than three hours to return verdicts in the case.

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