“Cult mother” Lori Vallow wore crimson lipstick and smiled broadly throughout her courtroom look Friday, exhibiting a seemingly callous disregard for her lacking youngsters, Fox Nation host Nancy Grace mentioned.
In an interview Saturday on “Fox & Friends,” Grace mentioned she was “shocked” by Vallow’s courtroom demeanor.
“Within the final hours, the so-called ‘cult mother’…simply lastly agreed to be extradited from Hawaii again to Rexburg, Idaho. She was simply in courtroom on that extradition and she or he did not simply present up — she confirmed up in fashion with make-up, blue toenail polish and pink handcuffs,” Grace mentioned.
“And he or she took the time to twist her hair in cascades down round her face.”
Vallow, 46, who’s accused of kid desertion and faces different felony charges, is about to be extradited again to Idaho from Hawaii the place she tied the knot with fifth husband and end-times writer Chad Daybell.
Vallow’s two youngsters, 7-year-old Joshua “JJ” Vallow and 17-year-old Tylee Ryan, have been missing since September 2019.
Following a request by Vallow’s protection group, the decide Friday lowered her bail from $5 million to $1 million and ordered her to put on an ankle monitor always, according to Fox 13.
Vallow fled the Gem State in November with Daybell and was later sought by authorities for defying a January courtroom order to bodily current her youngsters earlier than Idaho welfare employees or police inside 5 days.
It was anticipated that Vallow was going to be formally charged on Friday.
If she had been to make use of a bail bond, Vallow must pay $100,000 to safe her launch.
Grace mentioned Vallow has mentioned nothing about the place her youngsters are.
“I used to be shocked as a result of her bail was lowered from $5 million to $1 million,” Grace advised host Jedidiah Bila. “You understand, you have solely received to place up 10 p.c in most jurisdictions to get out and the brand new husband … could do it.”
The case crosses a number of states consists of investigations into a number of mysterious deaths. The couple was concerned in an Idaho-based group that promotes making ready for a biblical “doomsday” finish time.
Fox Information’ Nick Givas contributed to this report.