MARIA BETAR has pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated indecent assault and one count each of possession of a child for the purpose of sexual exploitation and possessing child pornography.
Ms Betar, who was arrested in November last year, will face court next week.
Ms Bettar will be sentenced on September 23.
The trial is due to last a minimum of three days.
Msbetar was charged after police received a complaint in September last year that she had allegedly taken two girls to a Melbourne home where they had sex.
MsBetar, 28, has been in jail since September 21.
Her barrister, David O’Connor, said Ms Betartar was remorseful for her actions and was prepared to undertake a course of rehabilitation.
“She understands she has done wrong, she understands she was wrong, and she is prepared to come forward to help her community, to assist those she cares about,” Mr O’Connors said.
“She will work with the police to ensure she can get through this process and to do so she will have to do it on her own terms.”
Ms Betar’s lawyer, John Pert, said the woman would take the opportunity to change her life.
“Her life has been turned upside down,” Mr Pert said.
“If she were to go back to the community and to live her life as she has lived her life, that would be the greatest gift for her.”
Ms Betarian pleaded guilty in September this year to two counts of aggravated indecency and possession of child pornography after police raided the home of Ms Betaro.
The court heard she had a relationship with one of the girls but had a child with the other and they were living apart.
Ms O’Brien said the girls were now teenagers.
Ms Matar was arrested on November 10, two days after the first incident.
Ms Matar, a former employee at an online game company, was arrested and charged in November after a complaint was made to police.
Her lawyer, David D’Orazio, said her client was remorsefull for her action.
“She understands that she is a bad person,” Mr D’Orzio said.
Mr O’Conor said Ms Matarian had also pleaded guilty last year to charges relating to two other girls who also had relationships with Ms Betars husband.
Both girls were aged 15 at the time.
At a sentencing hearing on October 23, Ms Mataro, who will be aged 28 when she is sentenced, will be ordered to complete a four-year sexual offending program and pay a $30,000 fine.
It is understood the court will also decide whether Ms Betary will have a sex offender record.
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