New details have emerged in the case of baby Lisa Irwin who has been missing for more than three months. Her parents Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin were interviewed by Dr. Phil McGraw.
On Wednesday, a representative of the Dr. Phil Show said in a press release that the parents will finally speak up about their daughter in an exclusive interview with the television shrink to reveal what really happened the night baby Lisa disappeared.
The show is scheduled to air on Feb. 3, 2012. Baby Lisa's parents will speak up for the first time about the case publicly.
“Also appearing on the show is private investigator Bill Stanton who will tell Dr. Phil whether he believes Lisa is still alive,” the Examiner reported.
Earlier police said that the parents had been uncooperative and refused to be interviewed separately by police.
They sat down with Dr. Phil because of his commitment to keep the awareness level high. He also provided Deb and Jeremy with some advice on how to cope with the situation, Joe Tacopina, the couple's New York attorney, told KCTV 5.
Baby Lisa’s parents reported her missing on Oct. 4, 2011, from her Kansas City home. The parents allege that the baby was abducted from her crib that night.
Bradley told police that the last time she saw Lisa was on Oct. 3 at about 10.30 p.m. Although in several interviews, Bradley did admit that she was drunk that night and that she last saw Lisa at around 6.40 p.m. rather than 10:30 p.m., the time she had earlier mentioned.
The Kansas City police on Thursday released parts of two dashcam videos showing officers responding to the initial call from Bradley and Irwin.