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Man Tracks Down Long-Lost Daughter On Social Media After 9 Years, Grandma Refuses To Let Them Meet

Fourteen-year-old Kasey has lived with her maternal grandmother, Sandy, since she was 1 year old. After Kasey’s mom, Jennifer, divorced her father, Ted, he says he was unable to find his daughter for nine years. With the help of Kasey’s half-sister, Heather, and the use of social media, he was finally able to track Kasey down two years ago. Stepdaughter Helps Man Find His Missing Child: ‘He Had The Right To Know Where His Daughter Was’ But, says Ted, his ex-mother-in-law refuses to let him see her.
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