Transcript for ‘Stolen By My Mother: The Kamiyah Mobley Story’ premieres tonight
And it's a big night tonight for our robin Roberts. She's the executive producer of the lifetime film "Stolen by my mother: The kamiyah Mobley story" that airs tonight. It's based on the real-life story of a woman who kidnapped a newborn from a Florida hospital and raises her as her own. Following the film robin will introduce us to the real people including kamiyah who tells us how she's doing now three years after that story made national headlines. Take a look. It's hard to believe in some ways that it's been three years since people heard the news that you had been kidnapped at birth and the woman that you thought was your mother, Gloria Williams, actually was not your biological mother. A baby allegedly snatched from the hospital 18 years ago has been found alive. The child, she's now a teenager and the woman who raised her now behind bars, but as you can imagine, there are some complicated emotions. Tell us about these three years. When it first happened, well, that was the hardest part because now I'm like, okay, now I got to figure out a way to provide for myself. Emotionally it's been a little roller coaster. What has been the lowest point for you? I didn't know it was out on the news. I didn't watch the news. You know what I'm saying? It's me everywhere. Alexis openly sobbing seeing her mom now behind bars. I'm not used to being that vulnerable in front of millions of people, so it's like -- but I've never felt that low since then. I mean, that's so much to have to take in at such a young age. I know it's not easy to be vulnerable. Honestly I'll say that because I kind of hide it real well. You know, she's scared. She's upset because Gloria was her mom, but at the same time she kidnapped her. Robin also asks kamiyah if she forgives her abductor, Gloria, for kidnapping her. The answer may surprise you. You will see that tonight on lifetime. The scripted movie "Stolen by my mother: The kamiyah Mobley story" at 8:00 P.M. Followed by that documentary, and she was just such a remarkable girl even as she spoke to us then. And her strength in sharing that story as well, yeah. So complex. We'll be watching tonight.
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