I thought Rose had misspoken on the time, but that may not be the case. Hmmmm.
I think what she meant was that Virgie had filed for custody after Daniel died (from day one), and then, Anna died. But I also think that once LB was determined, by DNA, to be the father, since then she has always said she only wanted to be the grandma, to have visitation. She just wanted to make certain that whether it be her, or LB, that DL was no longer in the custody of HKS.
I am trying to remember where I read someone speculating this to be true...Virgie was upset that Danny had died/the drug situation and she blamed HKS and didn’t want DL anywhere near him...I think it was a message posted on that gaysocialite (sp?) place. I only went there once so I think I remember it being there. Going to go look ;)
I think Rose *did* misspeak. Jamal Davis was Virgie’s original Bahamian atty and he was on NG on 2-14-07 and said that he had filed the original summons “yesterday”.
I think Rose might have meant “and then her daughter was buried” in the chronology of things.
Here’s part of the NG transcript:
NG: Speaking of the Bahamas, out to Jamal Davis. This is Miss Arthur`s, the grandmother`s, Bahaman attorney. Jamal Davis, question. It`s my understanding you got an order that the baby could not be removed from the Bahamas. Is that true?
JAMAL DAVIS, BAHAMIAN ATTORNEY FOR ANNA NICOLE`S MOTHER, VIRGIE: That is true, Nancy. Yesterday, we filed what is called an originating summons. Myself, along with my associates, Debra Hanfield (ph) and Maria McCartney (ph), we (INAUDIBLE) inside that summons for, one, that Miss Arthur be given guardianship of the infant and, secondly, that, prior to the issue as to guardian issue being heard, that an injunction be granted to prevent the child from being removed from the Bahamas.
So there was a concern that the child may very well be removed from the Bahamas in light of the application made yesterday.
GRACE: You mean, were you afraid the child would be removed and hidden?
DAVIS: Well, Nancy, I can`t say hidden, but at least out of the jurisdiction of the country. And as the application was made for guardianship, if the child was not here, then whatever order was made regarding the guardianship could possibly have been frustrated.