A Connecticut father continues to seek custody of his daughter nearly two years after his ex-wife reportedly attempted to offer a man money to kill him. His ex-wife was taken into custody in July 2012 after she allegedly tried to hire a maintenance man to kill her ex-husband for $5,000. Throughout the allegations, the ex-wife has retained custody of the daughter.
The girl's father claims that he does not know where his daughter is. On Feb. 27, he filed a complaint with the Statewide Grievance Committee against his daughter's court-appointed guardian ad litem. The role of a guardian ad litem is to serve as an advocate for a minor child in child custody cases. The grievance alleges that the guardian participated in corruption and perjury.