A missing toddler girl's mom confronts her father in court. On Sept. 26, NewsMax reported that Ayla Reynolds' mom, Trista Reynolds, went to Cumberland County Courthouse in Portland to question the girl's father, Justin DiPietro (who was in court for another unrelated incident), about her disappearance. It has been two years since the 20-month-old went missing from DiPietro's home. Her body has not been located and no one has been charged in the case.
"Reynolds has been trying to turn up the heat in recent weeks on DiPietro and investigators in regards to her daughter's case, asking in public why more progress has not been made in Ayla Reynolds' investigation," NewsMax reported.
The missing girl case has this mom and father at odds. She blames him and he blames her. Unfortunately, there isn't much for police to go on and no one really know what happened to baby Ayla. Trista Reynolds and her family, however, truly believe that DiPietro was behind her disappearance... in fact, Trista's mom thinks that he actually killed his daughter.
"I’m hoping I get to have my baby girl home real soon. Whether she's there with me and her two brothers and able to enjoy life every day, or whether I have to do the hardest thing any parent has to do. But one way or another I hope (Justin) brings my baby girl home," said Trista.
A missing girl case has a mom and a father disagreeing and fighting -- but while Trista continues to accuse her ex, he still says that the child was kidnapped from his Maine home. Will baby Ayla ever be found?
© Effie Orfanides 2013