Terry and her ex, John, say they want their “homeless, lazy” son David to give legal custody of his 2-year-old son to them.

Terry and John claim their grandson is surviving on milk and crackers, wearing filthy clothes, and drinking out of a moldy sippy cup. David, however, disputes these claims and refuses to hand over custody, even though he admits that he is struggling.


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