Bio Mother of one year old Baby is just sixteen. Bio Mother has two adult Sisters.
Bio Mother and Baby live with Bio Mother’s mother, but Sisters worry over boyfriends Bio Mother is involved with.
Bio Mother’s boyfriend reportedly has made threats of violence against one of the Sisters. Bio Mother allegedly leaves Baby in the care of her teenaged friends overnight.
But child welfare agency investigates Bio Mother – twice – and investigation finds no evidence of abuse or neglect of Baby.
Bio Mother leaves Baby with Younger Sister for two weeks to go on vacation.
When Bio Mother returns, Younger Sister doesn’t give Baby back.
Bio Mother files criminal complaint for kidnapping.
Older Sister, a nurse, files a legal case in family court to obtain guardianship of Baby. Older Sister makes numerous serious allegations in her case against Bio Mother.
Family court judge grants Older Sister temporary guardianship of Baby on an expedited (if not emergency) basis.
Bio Mother is not given an opportunity to respond to the allegations before the family court judge rules.
Two months later, Older Sister admits in court that she has no hard evidence to back up any of her allegations.