A South Coast mother has admitted to hiding her now estranged husband's sexual abuse of her daughter from authorities.
The mother, aged in her 30s, pleaded guilty in Bega Local Court on Tuesday, May 21 to concealing a serious indictable offence of another person.
According to court documents, the mother failed to notify authorities about three offences in April last year, and concealed information which police say would have led to her husband's arrest.
The woman's now estranged husband, also aged in his 30s, has admitted to sexually assaulting his teenage stepdaughter between February and April last year.
The pair cannot be named for legal reasons.
He pleaded guilty in March to six counts of aggravated indecent assault of a victim under his authority, and will face court on May 28.
The woman will be sentenced in Batemans Bay Local Court on June 25.
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