Posted: Wednesday, December 7, 2022. 5:05 pm CST.
By Aaron Humes: Police have confirmed the safe return of a pair of brothers, 10-year-old Randy Hyde, Jr., and eight-year-old Asher Hyde, after their mother Lesly Reyes was accused of taking them without consent after she lost primary custody at the Belize Family Court.
But as the old saw says, there are two sides to every story – and then there’s the truth, somewhere in between.
Reyes appeared on CTV-3 News in Orange Walk to deny that she had tried to run away with the boys, saying she responded to a call from their school for a medical emergency involving the older boy. She says took them to the Commercial Free Zone, Corozal, and had informed the assigned social worker of where the children would be, and returned back to her mother’s house with them.
According to Reyes, the children’s father was allegedly abusive and part of the boys’ issues can be ascribed to that. Reyes says that she was able to clear up her name at the station and that the matter has been settled. The children have been returned to the Children’s Home according to her family.
But the story doesn’t end there, as the father, Randy Hyde, Sr., hit back on social media today, disclosing a report from the Community Counseling Center, a department of the Community Rehabilitation Department in the Ministry of Human Development in 2021. Without going into detail, it addresses the children’s issues and what is being done about them.
Hyde demanded public apologies and the removal of any slanderous information about him, saying he had presented the facts and maintaining that he loved even those he said were his enemies.
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