My wife had used Meth right after my son was born, an was found with it in her pee shortly after by a drug test. She then told CPS that she got it an was using it with me.
CPS took the child from her, an nobody contacted me to get my son. He was only 10 days old.. On Wednesday I was already denied my joint custody rights to see my son even once after leaving the hospital, so I had called the cops to pick him up, cause my wife lives with my mother in law where I'm not allowed on property. (No domestic charges, chic just don't like me cause I always exploit her lying)
An officer went an spoke to my wife an then told me my son was taken to my wife's sisters.
At court CPS told the judge my wife had went to rehab on Tuesday an that they had confirmed it an she wasn't there... But she had spoken with an officer of the law a day after on Wednesday? So CPS was lying to the court... There's a police report to back it up. The judge told me to take a drug test which I didn't do cause I have pot in my system, an I think it's nonsense to.demand that of me based on accusations made by my separated wife who lives elsewhere, an who clearly is on meth I have to not see my boy.
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