She was considering adoption and says she didn't have the means to support a child.
"Well tell your d**k of a boyfriend we need to talk about this", Abbie wrote. As he had faced problem in fund transfers, he asked the complainant to deposit money in the bank account, details of which he gave to her.
As fate would have it, Snipes went into labor three days later and called Phipps.
"Nervous as I was about the flight, I found comfort in getting to know her".
"She already looked like she loved him after holding him for an hour".
Phipps graciously said "yes" and soon enough, adopted the boy who she named Vaughn..
Saying she felt threatened, a Morley woman said she took several steps toward her common-law husband and delivered a fatal stab wound. "I said, 'Is everything okay.' She said, 'I'm still in Raleigh, I had the baby". Temple told Samantha all about her life and how she longed to have children, but never got the chance for a variety of reasons.
The two quickly began talking about Snipes' pregnancy and Phipps expressed interest in adopting her baby.
"I am extremely disappointed at the seemingly lackadaisical approach to attending to this patient, and even more so at the attempt to hide the truth, misleading both myself and management".
The man later returned to the residence, where a female resident told 911 dispatchers she woke up to him pouring gasoline on her and around her bed with a lighter in his hand and a rifle slung over his shoulder, police said.
"I count my blessings every day. Once he won their trust, he used them financially, emotionally and in one case, even sexually exploited a woman", said Anyesh Roy, DCP, Cyber Cell.
The case of mistaken identity then lead to a freaky texting exchange between the two women, which became increasingly heated.
Snipes said she made a decision to share her story to give hope to other women who may be struggling.
"She said I want to see you with him and I think you should be his mother and I literally started shaking uncontrollably", Phipps said.