The Pinal County Attorney's Office told KNXV they will continue to pursue Hobson's assets, which includes more than $100,000 in cash. The money will go to the children, who are now in the custody of the state, the television station reported.
Police arrested Hobson in March after several of her adopted children claimed they were being starved, beaten and pepper-sprayed if the woman was unhappy with their performances on "Fantastic Adventures," the Republic reported. The channel had a large following but was removed after Hobson's arrest, according to the newspaper.
Hobson pleaded not guilty to the charges. In August, a judge declared her incompetent to stand trial, but restorable, the Republic reported.
Hobson's trial was temporarily stopped as prosecutors worked to restore Hobson to competency, according to the newspaper.