Mindy Mccready Tape
December 10, 2011 by staff
Mindy Mccready Tape, Country singer Mindy McCready has spent almost half of her life battling drug and alcohol addictions, legal problems and suicide attempts. Last week, the 36-year-old former star found herself in trouble once again when she violated the terms of her son’s court-ordered custody agreement.
Last Tuesday, McCready took her 5-year-old son Zander from her father’s house in Florida and fled the state. (McCready’s mother Gayle Inge, who is divorced from McCready’s father, has custody of Zander.) Friday evening, Arkansas police found McCready and Zander at a Heber Springs, Ark., home believed to belong to McCready’s boyfriend. According to The Associated Press, Mindy and Zander were found safe and sound — and “hiding in a closet.”
“I’m real excited that he’s safe,” Inge said in an interview with AP. “But I can’t explain what this is like. We feel for Mindy and we feel for Zander.”
According to McCready, who alleges that Zander has been abused by his grandparents, she always had her son’s best interests at heart. “I’m doing all this to protect Zander, not stay out of trouble,” McCready, who is currently seven months pregnant with twins, wrote in an email to the Associated Press on Thursday. “I don’t think I should be in trouble for protecting my son in the first place.”
For now, Mindy isn’t in trouble — she has yet to be charged with a crime, and it remains to be seen whether any future charges are in store.
McCready shot to fame in 1996 when she headed to Nashville armed with just her karaoke tapes, and released her multiplatinum debut album Ten Thousand Angels later that year. Her women’s anthem “Guys Do It All The Time” was an instant smash.
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