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Tiffany Thornton is back at home in Texas. The former Disney star was accused by her husband, Chris Carney, of kidnapping the couple's two young children. Chris filed paperwork to try and return the kids back to California. One big problem in Chris' case is his own mom. You see, Chris' mom is the mayor of Hot Springs, Arkansas so she is going to have some credibility when a judge hears the case. She says that not only did Tiffany not kidnap the kids, she is the one who drove Tiffany to Dallas with the kids because her son is an alcoholic and is a danger to the kids. Chris went to rehab and his mom says that when she discovered that Chris was drinking again, she loaded up Tiffany and the kids into her car and took them to Tiffany's parents' home in Texas. Chris also is going to have a tough time explaining how in his papers he had no idea where Tiffany was and had not been in contact with her because Chris' mom said she witnessed Tiffany speaking to Chris every day during the drive.
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