Yeah, it will be the exact same judge as I have had so I feel sorry for the guy. Most likely he can plan on being hammered and held responsible for her actions and will be paying through the nose for it.http://www.daytondailynews.com/news/dayton-news/runaway-mom-tehan-has-a-new-baby-boy-1128105.html
By Mark Gokavi, Staff Writer
9:09 PM Tuesday, April 5, 2011
The divorce and child custody case of Tiffany Tehan, the so-called runaway mom from Xenia whose disappearance story a year ago brought her international attention, has stalled in court for several months because of her pregnancy.
Officials said the Tehan case can move forward now that she has given birth on March 2 to Nathaniel Bradley at Bethesda North Hospital in Montgomery, a suburban city north of Cincinnati.
The attorney for her estranged husband, David, said his client is not the father, even though state records indicate the baby's birth certificate lists him as the father.
"There has been no contemplation that David (Tehan) is the father of this child," said the attorney, David P. Mesaros.
"The law requires there to be a genetic test, since the child is born while Tiffany is still technically married to David," Mesaros said.
Tiffany Tehan's attorney, Michael A. Sheets, said his client declined to comment about the recent events.
Tiffany Tehan sparked a nationwide search and national media coverage after she disappeared on April 17, 2010, following a day of shopping.Five days later, she was found with Tre Hutcherson, who both admitted they left their spouses and Tiffany's then 1-year-old daughter, Alexis, and drove from Ohio to Florida.
They were found by the FBI in a Miami Beach motel and said they wanted to "start a new life."
In the weeks after they were found, Tiffany Tehan and Hutcherson appeared in several television interviews.
Tuesday, Sheets said Tiffany Tehan does not want to comment because she is worried her statements could jeopardize the status of the divorce and custody case regarding her daughter.
Tiffany Tehan's father, Chuck Tabor, also declined comment on the issue.
Mesaros said Tiffany Tehan's visitation has gone from supervised to monitored and that his client has legal custody.David Tehan filed for divorce on May 7, stating his wife "has been guilty of gross neglect of duty."
Tiffany Tehan filed a counterclaim, saying she had been "a good and dutiful wife" and that her husband was "guilty of gross neglect and extreme cruelty."She also sought sole custody of their daughter, child support and spousal support.
Officials said the Tehans' divorce case could not be completed until after her pregnancy because of Ohio Revised Code 3111.03, which presumes the paternity of a child born during marriage belongs to the husband.
That presumption "can only be rebutted by clear and convincing evidence that includes the results of genetic testing."
A motion was filed March 25 ordering testing for both Tehans and the newborn.
The next step is a pretrial conference June 5 and a final hearing Sept. 19.
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