Ex-lesbian Lisa Miller has been on the run from the law with her daughter Isabella since her refusal to show up in court on January 1st, where she was to relinquish custody to her former partner, Janet Jenkins. Their whereabouts are still unknown, and organizations who once led the cheers for her illegal actions went silent. Still, despite her actions, Miller was not immediately found to be in contempt of court. That changed today.
A Vermont judge has ordered the arrest of a woman who has refused to turn over her 7-year-old daughter to her former lesbian partner.
Family Court Judge William Cohen found Lisa Miller of Forest, Va., in contempt of court during a hearing Tuesday and issued the arrest warrant.
Miller was ordered to surrender custody of her daughter on Jan. 1 but failed to do so and has since disappeared. Their daughter is now considered a missing person.
Jenkins has asked the public to please help her find her missing daughter.
Anyone with information regarding Isabella’s and Lisa’s whereabouts should call the Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678 or the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office at 540-586-4800.