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An Indiana couple accused of leaving their 11-year-old adopted daughter in an apartment before moving to Canada, it has been claimed that the girl was actually a 22-year-old woman with a career, lying about her age.
Kristine and Michael Barnett, who are now separated and adopted the little girl from the Ukraine in the year 2010. The girl, who is reportedly on the birth certificate of the physicians, and an estimated age of between 8 and 10. The child was diagnosed with a bone-growth disorder that manifests itself in stunted growth.
Kristine Barnett will discuss autism during a live TV appearance.
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Kristine told Indianapolis’ WISH-TV last week that in the introduction, it turned out that it was a scam, and the fact that the girl was a diagnosed psychopath and the sociopath” who have made a career of for the duration of the age of the facade.”
It is also equipped with the drive with a purported doctor’s note saying that her daughter had the secondary sexual characteristics of a grown-up woman. The note allegedly said that the girl had been committed to a mental hospital in 2012 and was diagnosed with a sociopathic personality disorder.
The couple then the girl is of legal age will be changed to the 22nd at the Indiana probate court. In 2013, the couple moved to Canada to be with their other children, however, showed the girl at a rented apartment in Lafayette, Ind. that is, they will be paid, according to court records cited by the cited by the drive.
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The girl was released in 2014 and is in the care of some neighbors, a law enforcement source told the Lafayette’s WLFI-TV. Her current whereabouts are unknown.
Felony child neglect charges were filed against Kristine and Michael, on Sept. 11, the result of five years of research. Neither has been taken into custody.
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Kristine was on her innocence in a Facebook post published on Sunday.
“I’m sick of it and broke the idea of one of those charges, and maintained that they are false allegations,” she wrote. “Dear friends and family, you will have to decide if what you are reading is real or fake is up for you.”