Trista Reynolds, the mother of missing Maine toddler Ayla Reynolds revealed that law enforcement told her that blood belonging to her daughter was found in the home of Ayla’s grandmother Phoebe DiPietro. Some of the blood was even on a pair of shoes belonging to Ayla’s father Justin DiPietro, who was living with his mother.
Obviously if a toddler is bleeding all over the house, and on shoes owned by her father, the father knows what happened to her. The fact that he refuses to give an explanation to the amount of blood found on his shoes, and all over the home, is very telling.
Saliva was even found in some of the blood, which suggests this poor baby was coughing up blood. Obviously she was brutally killed inside that home and the adults know more than they are telling and are covering up a homicide.
It is daunting to me how people can be so cold blooded and heartless as to cover up and keep the truth of how a baby was killed from law enforcement for years. Ayla vanished in December of 2011, right after he mother Trista filed a petition to get custody of her daughter.
Recently, Ayla’s father Justin DiPietro was confronted by Ayla’s mother Trista. He couldn’t even look Trista in the eyes and tell her what happened to their daughter. Cowardly Justin ran away like a punk, and left his disgusting mother with missing teeth to defend him.
After watching the pathetic display from Phoebe DiPietro, I’m convinced she is covering up for her son. She even took a cheap shot at Trista Reynolds and claimed that Trista abducted the child.
Phoebe, and her daughter Elisha also retained the services of an attorney weeks after Ayla vanished. Phoebe claimed she was not in Waterville, Maine the night Ayla vanished, then why does she need a lawyer?
It’s obvious this woman is in defense mode and knows more about what happened to her granddaughter. She reminds me of Teresa Neves, the mother of Ronald Cummings, trying to divert attention away from her obviously guilty son and the unsavory characters that he chose to be around his daughter.