Bail is set at $495,000, which her private attorney, Barry Newman, says she can not afford to pay.
At that point, the 10 children were taken into protective custody by Solano County Child Welfare Services, and placed in the care of relatives.
Investigators say the children were tortured, burned, beaten and shot with a pellet gun while living amid squalor and abuse - all of which allegedly occurred in a bright, four-bedroom house that looks from the outside as well-kept as the rest of the houses on the Northern California cul-de-sac.
Both Rogers and Allen have denied the accusations against them.
"It was obviously unsanitary and not a condition that children - or any human probably - should be living in at the time", Fairfield police Lt. Greg Hurlbut said Monday. Still, Rogers, while she was out on bail for her initial charges of child neglect earlier this week, gave reporters an open-house tour of what she insisted was a loving if unconventional home.
Rogers said she works as an EKG technician at a heart monitoring company and her husband is a tattoo artist. "I am an incredible mother".
The children's father, 29-year-old Jonathan Allen, pleaded not guilty to torture and child cruelty charges and is being held on $5.2 million bail. He was ordered held in lieu of about $5 million bail.
Wanda Rogers, the maternal grandmother of the children, accused her son-in-law of devil worship, reported NBC News. The 12-year-old boy was found sleeping under a bush in a nearby yard, according to KNTV.
Once they found the child, they searched the home due to concerns for the safety and health of the other children. A bathroom was covered from wall-to-wall in animal droppings.
Fairfield police got involved on March 31, following reports that one of their children disappeared.
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"I am horrified by the statements that were given by these children", she said. She was launched after posting $10,000 bail on April 9. The father has pleaded not guilty to multiple counts of torture and felony child abuse.
Their mother, Ina Rogers, denied nine counts of felony child abuse at Solano Superior Court in California on Wednesday.
When police arrived at the couple's home in March the children did not need medical attention but eight of them said they had been abused in the past few weeks. His next court appearance is scheduled for May 24.
Deputy District Attorney Veronica Juarez wrote the children were continuously "punched, strangled, bitten, shot with weapons such as crossbows and bb guns, hit with weapons such as sticks and bats, subjected to "waterboarding" and having scalding water poured on them", her motion said.
"The children appeared to be skittish and spoke with speech impediments", she wrote. Rogers is now caring for several of the children while the others are with relatives, the network reported.
Solano County court records show that Allen was charged in 2011 with domestic violence. That year, Ina Rogers called police to tell them she'd spent the night away from home after Allen threatened to rip her head off, police said.
Allen told a KCRA TV reporter on Monday that the children were the victims of brainwashing into thinking they had been abused.
Rogers was charged on April 3 with child neglect.
As part of a deal with prosecutors in 2011 he pleaded no contest to corporal injury and was jailed for 180 days and three years of probation. He was released in January 2015, according to the Chronicle. The charges on Wednesday accompanied a new $495,000 bail.
"I would absolutely not abuse my children or sit back and let them be abused and the truth will come out because it has to".