A Perth woman charged with more than 90 child sex offences has been remanded in custody.
The woman is accused of drugging and sexually abusing her eight-year-old daughter at so-called “swinging” group sex parties in Perth.
She is also accused of sexually assaulting her young son and a 14-year-old girl.
It is believed her daughter was five years old when the abuse began and her son was four.
The woman was initially arrested and charged with a relatively small number of offences, but police laid a further 81 child sex abuse charges yesterday.
The charges include one of obtaining payment for prostituting a child, three of stupefying a child to commit an indictable offence, and 50 of indecently dealing with a lineal relative under the age of 14.
Police allege at least some of the abuse took place during organised “swinging” parties staged to allow group sex activities in Perth.
Three people have so far been charged in connection with the suspected sexual abuse of five young children, and police say the investigation is ongoing.
A number of hard-drives, laptops, thumb drives and mobile phones that were seized in raids on six properties in Perth and one in the Pilbara region late last month are still being examined.
The woman did not apply for bail today.
She is expected to appear in court by video link on April 18.