Amore Wiggins’ mother shares her heartbreak after learning her daughter is Opelika’s baby Jane Doe


OPELIKA, Ala. (WRBL) – The mother of Amore Wiggins is speaking out for the first time since Opelika police identified her daughter as baby Jane Doe and announced the arrest of the child’s father and stepmother. Sherry Wiggins was 20 years old when she gave birth to a daughter in Virginia.

“He was a blessing. He was smart and unique, so I named him Amor, which means love in Spanish,” Wiggins said.

Wiggins met Amore’s father, Lamar Wickerstaff, when she was 19. Lamar was 35 years old and in the Navy. They lived in the same apartment complex. After Sherry found out she was pregnant, they moved in together.

However, Sherry Wickerstaff’s family says they are disappointed that she had a child out of wedlock. The couple had no intention of getting married.

“He was getting upset and upset and when he started pushing me, I knew I had to find something,” Wiggins said.

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Wiggins went further and said that Wickerstaff was not the father. Therefore, she applied to the court to collect alimony for her child. Sherry then admits she was wrong. He was accused of misdemeanors, and Amore felt he would be better off with his father and his wife, Ruth.

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