Hansen and her defense attorney, David Cohn, say that the allegations are false.
"Do teenagers lie? Sure they do. Do they say something and then really believe it and move forward? Yes," Cohn told KTLA-TV. "These boys all know each other. If they didn't know each other and had no connection to each other, then you would start to wonder."
The prosecutor asked the judge to order her to stay away from any children "other than her own," but Cohn got the request narrowed before it was approved by the judge, KTLA reported.
"We don't have any objection to the teaching part of it, but there are family friends, relatives, things of that nature," her attorney said.
Cohn previously told The Times that Hansen's phone was hacked and that he reported it to police when she began getting reports from friends, neighbors and family of strange emails in January and February, long before the sex allegations arose.
"She actually went to the phone company twice, changed her phone twice," he said. "She went to the school … people were receiving texts, emails and photographs from her that she states she did not send."
A spokesman for the Riverside County district attorney's office said Corona police did a thorough investigation, and there was no evidence Hansen's phone was hacked.
Hansen was arrested in June after Corona police conducted an initial investigation. The probe was prompted by the Corona-Norco Unified School District, which reported a possible inappropriate relationship between Hansen and a former student. The district placed Hansen on leave.