Dusten Brown to stop custody fight for Veronica

Ending a custody battle that stretched across two states and dragged on for nearly four years, Dusten Brown will drop all litigation in the "Baby Veronica" case, he announced Thursday.

By MICHAEL OVERALL - Tulsa World Modified: October 10, 2013 at 10:11 am •  Published: October 10, 2013
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Ending a custody battle that stretched across two states and dragged on for nearly four years, Dusten Brown will drop all litigation in the "Baby Veronica" case, he announced Thursday.

With no realistic chance of getting the 4-year-old girl back from her adoptive parents in South Carolina, Brown and the Cherokee Nation called a press conference to explain why they would dismiss their appeals with the Oklahoma Supreme Court.

The decision came 17 days after the Brown handed the girl over to Matt and Melanie Capobianco, who took Veronica back to the suburbs of Charleston, where they raised her for the first two years of her life.

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