Mindy McCready Denies Stealing Child, Admits Pregnancy

By Mack Rawden 2011-11-30 21:28:23
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Mindy McCready is denying she kidnapped her five-year-old son. The troubled country singer, known most recently for having an affair with Roger Clemens and a sex tape with some other dude, was supposed to return her child to the Florida home of her parents yesterday evening, but instead, she absconded with him to Nashville. Authorities quickly filed a missing persons report, but they later tracked her down and verified the kid was safe. Now they’ve set a deadline of 5 PM tomorrow for McCready to return her son, but she’s apparently convinced she did nothing wrong and doesn’t seem worried about making it back in time.

Trying to defend herself, McCready released a statement to Access Hollywood earlier today, but unfortunately, the whole thing makes her look a bit mentally unstable. Here’s an excerpt…
” I did not steal my child, as it would be impossible for me to kidnap what already belongs to me!”

Considering McCready does not have custody of her five-year-old son, I’m pretty sure she can and did steal him. I’m no expert on the law, but when you extend visitation without informing anyone and take a child on an unauthorized vacation, that’s kidnapping. According to E!, police may issue an arrest warrant for the mother if she doesn’t make it back by tomorrow, and with how things are looking right now, a missing of the deadline seems likely. She apparently told reporters she “probably” won’t make it back on time because she’s pregnant with twins.

That’s right. Just when you thought this story couldn’t get any stranger, McCready has confirmed she’s with children. There’s no word yet on who the father is or whether she’ll have her freedom come delivery time, but we’ll be sure to keep you abreast of the developments as they unfold.
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