Lisa Irwin’s parents tell Fox News that they didn’t harm or sell their daughter

Before the New York attorney for the parents of missing 11-month-old Lisa Irwin cut off the national news interviews, Deborah Bradley and Jeremy Irwin spoke with Fox News‘ Megyn Kelly.

Bradley did most of the talking, admitting she was drunk the night that baby Lisa disappeared. Bradley defended her actions on the night in question.

“I don’t see the problem in me having my grown-up time,” Bradley says in the interview. “I take good care of my kids. I keep my house clean. I do their laundry. I kiss their boo-boos. I fix their food. I’m involved in their school stuff. To me, there’s nothing wrong with me doing what I want to do after dark. As soon as I’m done drinking, I go right to bed.”

Kelly pressed Bradley and Irwin, asking if they would ever hurt their baby. They said no. Kelly asked if they sold their baby. They said no.

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