Biological Mom Loses Custody in Vt. Child Case

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The Vermont Supreme Court has ruled in favor of the non-biological mother in a lesbian custody case involving a child.

The court rejected an appeal by attorneys for the girl's biological mother Lisa Miller.

She was joined to Janet Jenkins in a civil union in Vermont in 2000. After the couple broke up, Miller renounced her homosexuality and became a Christian.

Her daughter has been the subject of a long-running legal fight.

Miller and the child failed to appear in court back in January and their whereabouts remain unknown.

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