A family from Florida have been told to leave the home where they lived together for more than a year after the lodge’s owners discovered their identities.
Key points:The couple had been staying together for two years after their families moved into the houseThe couple’s two children were also taken into careThe family had been living together for a year at a lodge in the Florida Keys where the family members lived and workedThe couple was a longtime resident of the home, which was owned by a family who also owned a home in the same location, when it was discovered they were the same people.
“They didn’t know it at the time, but I know it now,” said the elder sister of the couple, Veronica Lodge.
“It was a long time ago, but they had been together for quite some time.
They have a long history there.
They had children.
They loved each other very much.””
I’m not really sure how long we’ve been together, but it was like a family for so many years.
It was the second time the family has had to move, and the second the second they knew they were different.””
It was kind of a magical time.”
It was the second time the family has had to move, and the second the second they knew they were different.
“I was very happy to see the children come home.
They were so excited to see their parents and grandparents, they were very happy.
I’m so happy that they were safe, and they’re now safe and well,” she said.
The children’s mother was given the option to leave, but decided to stay.
“We felt we were not the right fit.
I was a stay-at-home mom.
It’s not my style, but that’s the way I was,” she told ABC News.”
And I said, [to the nurse] ‘I’m the one who needs help, it’s your husband. “
The day I went in there, they had a nurse who came and said, ‘we’re going to help you,'” Ms Lodge said.
“And I said, [to the nurse] ‘I’m the one who needs help, it’s your husband.
I have a newborn child.
I can’t do this, I’m too tired.'”
The family’s second child is now safe, with the family’s current home confirmed as being the same family’s house.
“That’s not their home.
That’s the house, so I think that’s why we need to leave it,” Ms Lodge told ABC.”
My son said to me, ‘I know we have a lot of love and support in the community, but we have to go’.”
She added that the family had not been contacted by the sheriff’s office or any other authorities.
“So I don’t know how long this family will have to be here.
It will be over by Christmas, I don.
I don`t know what will happen.””
We just want to make sure that they are safe,” Ms Liles said.