A hearing has been scheduled for Jan. 22 in Rutland, Vermont, to have Lisa Miller held in contempt of court, according to the Burlington Free Press.
Miller and Janet Jenkins were civil union partners who had a child together. Miller was the birth mother. The couple split up a year after the child was born and Miller moved to Virginia.
A family court in Vermont gave the couple joint custody of the child, but Miller refused to comply. A Virginia court ruled that the Vermont court did have jurisdiction in the case. The Vermont court transferred custody to Jenkins and the child was supposed to be turned over on Jan. 1. Miller has not been seen since the beginning of December.
When Miller moved to Virginia, she announced she was no longer a lesbian and she joined Jerry Falwell’s church.
In November, after Miller was ordered to tranfer custody, she told Newsweek, “There is a homosexual agenda at work here, and Isabella is a pawn in their game. It has nothing to do with the law. Isabella was saved at age 4, loves God, and knows what’s right and what’s wrong. We don’t hate Janet. We pray for her soul and salvation.”
Jenkins said, “My goal has never been to separate Isabella from Lisa. I just want Isabella to know and love both of her parents. I just want to be with her, like any parent.”