Deborah Bradley, mother of missing baby Lisa Irwin told The Today Show on Tuesday that she was drinking on the night her 10-month-old disappeared and that she drank “enough to be drunk.”
The mother brought up a valid point during her interview when she revealed; “I don’t see the problem in me having my grown-up time” especially after her children were already sleep, however her new high profile lawyer Joe Tacopina has told her to keep her mouth shut.
In other Bradley news officials say she raised a “gigantic red flag” when talking to reporters when she told The Today Show that she put her daughter to bed four hours earlier than she told FBI officials.
Deborah has also told members of the media that she failed a lie-detector test.
Speaking about the discrepancies Tacopina who also who represented suspect Joran Van der Sloot in the Natalee Holloway case, said:
“There are going to be discrepancies, but there were absolutely no discrepancies that have caused police to take any action.”
If we’ve learned one thing about missing children cases there’s no case without a body and even with a body the most wildly inaccurate stories sometimes find their way to a not guilty verdict, this case is starting to look like a lawsuit out of the Caylee Anthony playbook.