Mother Accused of Abandoning Children Allowed Visits

By Jeff Smith
|  Monday, Jun 24, 2013  |  Updated 11:41 AM CDT
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A judge has ruled that the Dallas mother accused of abandoning her eight children to party with friends will be allowed to see her kids during supervised visits.

Jeff Smith, NBC 5 News

A judge has ruled that the Dallas mother accused of abandoning her eight children to party with friends will be allowed to see her kids during supervised visits.

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A judge has ruled that the Dallas mother accused of abandoning her eight children to party with friends will be allowed to see her kids during supervised visits.

Taniah Peoples appeared before a juvenile justice judge on Monday morning in Dallas. The hearing lasted only 10 minutes. A social worker explained to the judge that Peoples is attending drug and alcohol sessions at a residential treatment center.

Her eight kids are split up between several foster families. Peoples is allowed supervised visits.

Peoples said nothing to the judge during the hearing, and didn’t say anything to NBC 5 as she left the courthouse.

She’s due back in court for another status hearing at the end of August.

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