Accused by a U.S. telecoms tycoon of abducting her own baby, TV presenter Melissa Porter had hoped her horrific tug-of-love battle over her 12-month-old baby would be over by now.
But just weeks after former White House aide Peter Rinfret lost his claim in the High Court that Melissa had abducted their son, the heartbroken former star of BBC’s Countryfile has learned he is now issuing similar proceedings in the U.S.
Melissa, who met financier Rinfret on a blind date in London — he was then married to U.S. interior designer Cindy Rinfret, whom he has since divorced — is exhausted and fearful over her former lover’s new court action.
It comes after she successfully fought off his abduction claim in the High Court and won an interim custody order.
The businessman claims that Cheshire-born Melissa, 39, abducted Pierce by bringing him back to Britain to live with her in London.
However, to begin with Melissa believed that Peter wanted to move with her.
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