Christmas Eve marks three months since Weston toddler Aliayah Lunsford was reported missing.

This week the child's mother, Lena Lunsford, was in court to fight for the custody of her six other children.

Speculation continues to swirl in Lewis County that those closest to Aliayah know more than they're saying.

Protesters stood outside the Lewis County Courthouse Monday, asking for answers and seeking justice for Aliayah.

Ralph Lunsford, Aliayah's father, was at the hearing and continued to try and duck the media and questions.

"You have never told us anything about Aliayah's disappearance and many fingers are being pointed at you, so what do you have to say about that?" asked at TV reporter.

"No comment," he responded.

CPS hearings are closed to the public, with the outcome of the hearing unknown.

There is a $20,000 reward being offered by the FBI for information on Aliayah's disappearance.

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