Baby Lisa's Mom Admits She Might Have Been Drunk

Linsey Davis reports on the latest developments in the case of the missing girl.
2:13 | 10/18/11

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There are mounting questions about baby Lisa's mother's timeline of the evening in question first there's the interview where she doesn't exactly roll out that she may have blacked out after apparently. Having too much to drink and she now says it's possible she may of last seen baby Lisa hours earlier than she initially told police. The family now has an attorney. In a series of interviews Monday -- Bradley's timeline of the night. Her daughter disappeared seemed to change -- Bradley told police she -- her daughter is 1030 the night of October 3. But now says she -- -- Lisa four hours earlier when she put the baby to bed at 640 after drinking with a friend. We drinking a lot from -- I was drinking it has nothing to do with my daughter's disappearance. And uses her story appeared to shift Monday. So did her family's legal team including the addition of a new attorney paid for by an anonymous benefactor. I believe in them I do believe. The film true. And he's not just any attorney. Joseph tech -- -- is -- it is one of New York's fiercest defenders. His long list of clients includes your -- Vander -- the primary suspect in the 2005 disappearance of Natalee Holloway in Aruba. Almost immediately tap -- -- defended -- admission that she'd been drinking will be. It's her being truthful to me that -- -- -- blood alcohol -- of four and I guess in theory. Perhaps. They never would know for sure but but. That's something that she didn't she -- will could tell the truth. The search for the truth and for baby Lisa continued into the evening Monday. As the FBI used pumps shovels and metal detectors while draining water out of a creek behind Denver in Germany's residents. We have been all over the city in the last fourteen days. Following up on leads interviewing people furthering this investigation -- this is just another step in this investigation. The FBI was back again yesterday searching -- it -- the family home asked the attorney He won't say who's paying for his services we know it's not baby Lisa's parents it's the same benefactor who's providing the 100000. Dollar reward.

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