Dad seeks money from stepmother of missing Oregon boy

Associated PressJuly 26, 2010 

PORTLAND, Ore. — The father of a missing Oregon boy has asked a judge to order the stepmother of the child to help pay expenses he has incurred in legal actions the father has taken against her.

Kaine Horman also says in legal papers filed Monday that the stepmother, Terri Horman, paid $350,000 for an attorney she has hired. Kaine Horman is arguing he is entitled to half of whatever money Terri Horman has.

Kaine Horman has said he believes Terri Horman was involved in 7-year-old Kyron’s June 4 disappearance, although police have not called her a suspect.

Kaine Horman has filed for divorce from Terri Horman, claiming that last year she tried to hire someone to kill him. He also got a restraining order against Terri Horman.

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