Tennessee pastor arrested in Lisa Miller kidnap case

A Tennessee pastor who allegedly helped Lisa Miller [pictured] abscond to central America with her 9-year-old daughter has been charged with aiding a kidnapping, the latest twist in a long-running custody dispute between former lesbian partners.

Timothy David Miller, 34, of Crossville, Tenn., is accused of helping to arrange passage for Lisa and daughter Isabella Miller Jenkins, who have been on the run since 2009 and now are believed to be living in Nicaragua. It doesn’t appear that Timothy Miller is related to the mother. He works with an Ohio-based Christian ministry and people with links to Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University may have provided a beach house where the two could live, according to an FBI affidavit.

[via AP / msnbc.msn.com]

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