JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - After the woman who kidnapped her as a baby was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Friday, Kamiyah Mobley is speaking out.
Mobley talked exclusively with ABC's "Good Morning America" about her relationship with Gloria Williams, the woman who kidnapped her from a Jacksonville hospital as a newborn in July 1998.
"We actually talked today. I still do call her 'Mom,'" she said of Williams. "I would say [we talk] about every three days. I’ll probably get a call sometimes once a week, sometimes twice a week."
She also talked about her relationship with her biological parents, Craig Aiken and Shanara Mobley.
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"I like it. It's new people who act just like you, they look just like you," she said. "It's almost just like extended family. You know, that's really what it feels like."
Mobley said she's glad that court proceedings are now over.
"I actually got closure now. Everything is done. No more court. No more back and forth," she said.
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