“Kidnapped” Woman Makes Shocking Confession

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(TruthAndLiberty.com) – Carlee Russell, who had previously alleged that after seeing a toddler walking on the interstate she had been kidnapped, admitted on Monday that she had made up the entire story and issued an apology about the search for her that was launched.

Hoover Police Chief Nick Derzis revealed that Russell’s lawyer, Emory Anthony had sent them a statement on her behalf admitting that she had not been kidnapped on July 13 and that there had not been a baby walking on the Interstate. Derzis proceeded to read out the statement sent by the attorney which noted that Russell had remained in the Hoover area throughout the time when she was believed to be a missing person.

The statement further added that she had not been with someone else or at a hotel when she went missing. Finally, in the statement, it is noted that his client was apologizing for her action to the Hoover Police Department, the community, and the volunteers who had attempted to find her. They added that they were asking for people’s prayers as Russell was going to be working towards moving forward.

On July 13, Russell called 911 to state that a toddler was walking alone on the interstate. The police then received a call from her mother claiming that Russell had screamed while they were on the phone and that after that the line had gone quiet. This resulted in a nationwide search for the woman, who returned home on her own two days later.

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