LaTeasha Carter was granted custody of her grandson, now three, when he was 2 months old. At the time her daughter, the baby’s mother, was living in Georgia. Carter, who did not provide her daughter’s name, said the daughter was not someone who could be called reliable. “She doesn’t stay in any place long. She goes from here to there.”
In addition, her daughter had been in a number of short-term relationships, almost all of them abusive, and was not an attentive mother, which led to her losing parental rights; at this time, the daughter cannot visit her son unsupervised.
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