Does a pregnant woman have the right to move away from the putative father of her child who is seeking custody? That was the question raised by the decision of a family court judge, who called a pregnant woman's relocation "reprehensible," leaving the decision to the court in the father's home state.
The father in this case happens to be Olympic gold medal skier Bode Miller, who is battling the mother of his now nine-month-old son for custody. The parents had been dating for only a short time before she became pregnant. Miller is now married to a professional volleyball player while his child's mother, a former Marine and firefighter, is pursuing her education at Columbia University.