A child custody battle has resulted in the arrest of a mother.
Manning made several accusation against Burley for sexual abuse of Honor and Hayden. Investigations were conducted by the Louisiana State Police, Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Child Protective Services.
Boudreaux said, “Each time it was investigated, those were found to be unsubstantiated complaints. In fact, there was a court order in place that she was not allowed to do this again in Oklahoma and there is now one in place that she is not allowed to do this in Louisiana.”
Manning, however, violated the court order and made another sexual assault complaint against Burley. The Attorney General’s Office of Oklahoma has decided to investigate the new claim.
“Part of the reason I haven’t gone crazy is my step-son Carson. What kind of example would I set if I just give up on the people that I love?” he said.
The Youngsville Police Department have not heard from Manning, but say she has 24-48 hours to turn herself in, or she will once again be considered a fugitive.
The Roger Claremore Sheriff’s Department could not be reached for comment on Manning’s whereabouts.