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Sign up now for local breaking news alerts Subscribe. The mother of a 7-day-old baby girl, who was recently advertised for sale on the Craigslist website, says she never intended to sell her daughter. Bethany Granholm found herself in deep trouble last week when police swooped down on a Vancouver West End apartment. Granholm is speaking out just days after police used a cell phone number attached to the ad to track the couple down.
They were arrested and later released after police were unable to find sufficient evidence to charge Granholm and the baby's father with public mischief. Court documents show that the couple have a criminal past and police say they both have had issues with drugs. I've heard some really horrible things about both me and my daughter with regards to drugs and that was never an issue.
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But in an interview with CTV, Granholm said the ad was really a joke. Granholm says she understands why police and the public were concerned with the ad. She wants to assure people that her baby was never unloved or unwanted.
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