The American woman accused of smuggling a six-day-old baby from the Philippines & # 39; has devised a bizarre plan to present himself as his aunt can reveal with the help of the baby's mother, a teenage wannabe reality TV star, DailyMail.com.
Jennifer Talbot presented documents to the Philippine authorities to support her claim when she tried to take the newborn from Manila on a flight to the US last Wednesday – and told them she was taking him to a non-existent dying great-grandmother in Ohio.
DailyMail.com can also reveal that the baby's mother is 19 years old and has left school and posted on Facebook about her baby, whom she had named Andrew, just before she gave up.
Maricris Dulap, who came from a remote and poverty-stricken mining area of the Philippines, apparently had contact with Talbot (42) when she was pregnant.
She issued a sworn legal statement that Talbot was the baby's aunt.
Jennifer woman Jennifer Talbot (left) is said to have come up with an arrangement with 19-year-old Filipino woman Maricris Dulap (right) to bring the teen's baby to the US, DailyMail.com can reveal
Innocent: this is Andrew Dulap, the Filipino baby who can reveal DailyMail.com, was handed over by her mother – a teenage reality TV star – to Utah mother and grandmother Jennifer Talbot
Talbot was caught carrying Dulap's statement of consent and support stating that the child with his & # 39; aunt & # 39; traveled to the US to meet his dying great-grandmother.
The statement has not been signed by Dulap. It also said the child, Andrew, went to Utah to & # 39; a name and a blessing & # 39; and membership of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and to receive American medical vaccines & # 39;
Talbot, a five-year-old mother from Sandy, Utah, wore Dulap's sworn statement as she tried to sneak baby Andrew on Wednesday & # 39; to a Delta flight from Manila to Detroit.
In it, Dulap allegedly gave three reasons for her child's trip to the United States: one to receive a name & blessing & # 39; and membership in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, two to receive American medical vaccines and three, & to meet his great-grandmother before she passes. & # 39;
The sworn statement from 19-year-old Philippines described the great-grandmother of Andrew & # 39; as & # 39; at the end of the care & # 39 ;.
& # 39; To meet his great-grandmother, my son will first travel to Ohio with his aunt, & # 39; explained it.
& # 39; Provisional travel dates are as fast as possible when my son's great-grandmother is about to pass every moment. She is at the end of life. & # 39;
Despite this claim, Talbot, originally from Ohio, has no surviving grandparents on her mother's or father's side.
Talbot, whose five children include two adults from her first marriage – Spencer Holder, a US Navy seaman on duty, and Alexis Crabtree, a married mother of one – has family ties with Ohio, but has spent much of her adult life in Utah lived and now lives in Sandy with her third husband Kirk Talbot.
Maricris Dulap, from Mt Diwata, a remote and poor mining area of the Philippines, apparently had contact with Talbot when she was pregnant
Talbot flew several times to Davao City, most recently on August 21, eight days before Dulap gave birth to a boy. The teenage mother later posted photos of her son on Facebook
Her posts on social media paint a disturbing picture of a girl struggling with depression and threatening to kill herself more than once
There is no signature on the document from the baby's mother and researchers have not yet been able to find Dulap who was born in Mt Diwata, a village in the province of Compostela Valley that is known for small-scale gold mining. It is unclear whether they are actively looking for her.
But DailyMail.com has learned that the unmarried teenage mother, nicknamed Jham, is a wannabe reality TV star who once applied for Pinoy Big Brother, the local franchise of the reality TV show.
In her application she gave her talents as & # 39; dancing, singing, acting and making jokes & # 39 ;.
She admitted that she had stopped school and & # 39; had lost & & # 39; because of the bad influence of friends and claimed that her parents had once told her that they were & # 39; worthless & # 39; used to be.
Social media posts reveal a disturbing picture of a young girl struggling with depression and threatening to kill herself more than once.
Dulap was born in Mt Diwata, a village in the province of Compostela Valley that is known for small-scale gold mining (photo) It is unclear whether they are actively looking for her
In a post on May 3 this year, she wrote: & # 39; I think it's time to say goodbye to myself. & # 39;
In another apparent call for help later that same day, she said: & I need someone to bring me back and believe in myself again. & # 39;
In another post on August 30, the day after the birth of her son, Dulap posted a photo of her sleeping baby and wrote: & # 39; The feeling that you are not sure if this is really your child & # 39 ;, a possibly wink at the fact that she had to hand over the child to Talbot within a few days.
Talbot reportedly made online contact with Dulap before traveling to the Philippines several times.
Most recently, Talbot arrived on August 6 and again on August 19. She arrived more than a thousand miles south of Manila in the city of Davao on August 21.
There Dulap gave birth to her baby boy eight days later on August 29.
Talbot is a mother of five, originally from Ohio. She is married to third husband Kirk Talbot (left)
Talbot is said to have adopted the baby of the young mother she first met online and then tried to fly home with the boy to the US, but was captured by the authorities at Manila airport
In an alarming and inexplicable Facebook post, just two days after birth, the child's mother wrote: & # 39; God help us. & # 39; The comment & # 39; Why what happened? & # 39; went unanswered.
Likewise, she did not answer the question: & # 39; Why did you give up your son? & # 39; posted in response to video uploaded on September 2.
The images seem to show baby Andrew, peacefully sleeping, tucked away in a hoodie and cradled in what appears to be his mother's arms.
Two days later the child was discovered & # 39; hidden & # 39; in Talbot & # 39; s hand luggage while she tried to export the country without government approval or the sanction signed by the mother.
On Monday, the child was still under the care of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Development of the country.
Talbot was able to pass through the airport immigration desk last Wednesday without stating that the child was with her, but she was intercepted at the gate by airport staff
The research firm said Talbot had made a statement at the airport, reportedly from the baby's mother, who allowed the baby to travel to the US, but it was not signed by the mother
The baby's mother has been accused of neglecting a child, but has not been arrested.
Talbot has been accused of human trafficking – which could entail a life sentence – and according to the NBI at least two other laws on child abuse, kidnapping and illegal detention have been violated.
She is also faced with a fine of $ 38,500 to $ 96,200 if she is found guilty.
She is currently in custody and it is not known if she has appointed a lawyer, although a US embassy official has confirmed that she has received a list of contact persons to contact.
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