The girl with a soap opera like life, She got kidnapped in the hospital as a baby and her kidnapper raised her as her own daughter

Calgary, Alberta
January 22, 2017 1:00am CST
Soap operas always have this plot where a couple lost their baby due to kidnapping and they will see their baby again when the baby grew up. This girl experienced exactly that. The girl in the news clip below got kidnapped as a baby and her kidnapper raised her as her own daughter. This daughter have no idea the person she see's as her mother is not her real mom. Her real parents had been searching for her for 18 years. Her kidnapper and adoptive mom got jailed and the girl seemed hurt. She seemed to be raised well by her kidnapper and loved her as a mother. I am not sure if this girl will want to live with her real parents as they are complete strangers to her. The girl forgave her kidnapper because she was raised with love by her "adoptive parents" It seemed like this girl is very confused by the situation.
Alexis Manigo, who was given the name Kamiyah Mobley at birth, said she will always consider her alleged abductor "mom."
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@ilocosboy (31756)
• Philippines
22 Jan
Yeah I read this real life story of a girl in your country. Each of us have our own real life soap opera story. It may differ in plot but lots of problems we need to climb just to reach the climax.
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• Calgary, Alberta
22 Jan
It seemed like she dont want to love her real parents. she loves her kidnapper more since she is the one who raised her as a baby.
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@ilocosboy (31756)
• Philippines
22 Jan
@CaptAlbertWhisker we cannot blame the girl because she already developed good relationship with her kidnapper.
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• Calgary, Alberta
23 Jan
@ilocosboy On the bright side, she is not abused by her kidnapper. She was raised with love and you can see she is a good woman because of how she was raised.
@sabtraversa (9809)
• Italy
23 Jan
The only ones who really suffer are her biological parents. The girl will never accept her real parents as her own, I would have felt the same.
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• Calgary, Alberta
11 Feb
It will be a lot of time before she gets to develop a relationship with her real parents. Her kidnapper though did raised her well. She is a top achiever at school and she is raised with love. That love though is full of lies.
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@jstory07 (56968)
• Roseburg, Oregon
22 Jan
The only parents she knows is the ones who raised her and of course she does not want to live with the real parents that she does not know.
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• Calgary, Alberta
22 Jan
apparently the kidnapper had a miscarriage, So she kidnapped a baby so she can make her boyfriend marry her thinking she gave birth.
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@LadyDuck (118268)
• Switzerland
22 Jan
I have read the story, she consider her kidnapper her mother now.
• Calgary, Alberta
23 Jan
she didnt even know she was kidnapped. She really thinks she is her mother. Apparently the kidnapper got a miscarriage and she wanted her boyfriend to marry her so she stole a baby and make him believe its theirs.
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@LadyDuck (118268)
• Switzerland
23 Jan
@CaptAlbertWhisker There are crazy people around, anyway it seems that she was a good mother for this girl.
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• Calgary, Alberta
23 Jan
@LadyDuck She is apprently a hiogh respected person in the church and community. So you can imagine how shocked her neighbors were.
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@much2say (34503)
• United States
10 Feb
I can imagine how confused she would be. She is lucky that the kidnappers treated her well - in most cases it's not like that at all. But the unlucky part is the whole kidnapping part - that which is not her fault. Now the problem is fixing the situation, but in a way it can't . . . everyone suffers on that one.
• Calgary, Alberta
11 Feb
I think even if her parents wont sue the kidnapper, she will still be sued by the state. So she will still go to Jail for what she did,
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@much2say (34503)
• United States
11 Feb
@CaptAlbertWhisker I don't know any of that is going to work. In any case, all families got disrupted - period.
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@reskyyandi (3841)
• Indonesia
22 Jan
It is a nice story
• Calgary, Alberta
22 Jan
more like tragic. Imagine how the parents feel that their daughter loves her kidnapper more;
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• Indonesia
24 Jan
@CaptAlbertWhisker but we can learn something from this story
@Madshadi (3280)
• Brussels, Belgium
22 Jan
If she truly loved her she would have left her with her real parents. She completely destroyed that family and she should not get away with that.
• Calgary, Alberta
22 Jan
Yeah the damage is done because the girl doesnt seem interested with her real parents at all.
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@masood72 (4173)
• Amersfoort, Netherlands
22 Jan
yes i am thinking the same too
• Calgary, Alberta
23 Jan
I wonder if she will ever be accepting of her parents.