SATSUMA, Fla. – The stepmother of a missing Florida girl has said in a nationally televised interview that she believes other relatives may be responsible for the disappearance of Haleigh Cummings.
Misty Cummings made her comments Friday on CBS' "The Early Show.
Cummings told the interviewer: "I feel like it's on the other side of the family that has her."
She did not name any relatives.
Haleigh was 5 in February when she disappeared from her father's Satsuma trailer home. Misty had been baby-sitting the two children of her boyfriend, Ronald Cummings, when Haleigh was reported missing. The couple married in April but now are planning to divorce.
A call to the Putnam County Sheriff's Office was not immediately returned.