An update to the Wolferts saga: Brittany has posted on her blog the 2010 Custody Evalutor's Report that Brian Wolferts and his supporters have been referring to publicly for months, in which the custody evaluator recommended that Brian Wolferts get custody of his three daughters (then 14, 10, and 9 years old) because their mother Michelle had "coached" the girls. Brian and his supporters have repeatedly attacked Michelle, citing this finding of "coaching" by the custody evaluator. But they never wanted to talk about just what Michelle was "coaching" her girls about. There is a reason for that: the custody evaluator's report, while concluding that Brian should get custody, reveals some shocking facts about Brian--facts that the custody evaluator, incredibly, found irrelevant.
The money quote from the report is this:
In taking his second polygraph, Brian admits to a history of sexual contact with a child during his adolescence for which he was neither investigated nor charged with a crime."
"Brian also admits that at the age of 23 he exposed himself to two young girls as he exited a shower, and that 'years later' he masturbated to thoughts of the older girl (11 or 12 at the time of the incident) by placing her in the position of the younger girl (6 or 7 at the time of the incident).
Despite his history of sexual contact with children, the custody evaluator somehow managed to find that Michelle's efforts to warn her children about their father (without, it should be added, ever telling them the details of his sexual history) with whom they had to be alone, unsupervised, on weekends, were "abusive." But Brian Wolferts, according to the custody evaluator, posed "little or no threat to sexually assault his daughters."