Kaine Horman said his estranged wife "abducted and may have caused unimaginable harm" to missing Kyron Horman in new court documents that surfaced Friday.
The documents are part of an attempt by Kaine Horman to stop Terri Horman, Kyron's stepmother, from visiting their young daughter, Kiara. Lawyers for Terri Horman filed a motion Oct. 15 requesting parenting time.
In the documents, Kaine Horman said he objects to Terri Horman's request to fast-track the motion, which would require modifying a restraining order.
The paper work also says Terri is not willing to participate in any legal process regarding the divorce. It also says Terri has refused to provide any financial information or explanation of how she was able to afford her, $350,000, high price lawyer.
Kaine Horman filed the restraining order in late June after police told him Terri Horman was involved with Kyron's disappearance and that she tried to hire someone to kill him several months earlier, he said.
The order prevents Terri Horman from seeing Kiara.
"Such extreme and unexplainable behavior cannot be taken lightly by Petitioner (Kaine Horman) or the court when making decisions affecting the well being of an almost 2-year-old child," the documents said.
The records also said Terri Horman waited too long to request time with Kiara.
"It has been three and a half months since Respondent (Terri Horman) was served with the restraining order. She has waited until now to file a motion for parenting time, and she seeks to force the matter before the court in an abbreviated fashion," according to the documents.
Terri Horman's lawyer previously argued that Kiara's health and well being are at stake if she doesn't get time with her mother. Kaine and Terri Horman appeared in court for a hearin
g on their divorce this month during which a judge delayed proceedings in the case until January.
Investigators said Terri Horman was the last person to see Kyron after a science fair at Skyline School on June 4. No one has been named a person of interest or suspect in the criminal investigation.
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