Follow along - my brother, Carl eloped with Ruby when he was 18. Carl and Ruby had a child, Tracey. Carl and Ruby divorced. Neither could take care of Tracey - so my parents adopted him - so Tracey (who was born my nephew became my brother)- got it? - Ruby is Tracey's biological mother, but she was unfit - literally - she had another child, by another man - Both of the children were discovered locked in a room (she had been locking them up while she went out - they were 6 months and 2 years old)
My brother, Tracey is now 24 and has married and had a child of his own - and Ruby has popped up threatening to sue them for "grandparent's rights to visitation" -
Now - I believe that since she is NOT Tracey's legal mother - she signed away her rights when her kids were taken from her and adopted by other people - she should also not have any LEGAL rights to sue for visitation of my niece - right?
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