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Tonight is another episode of Return to Amish, and Sabrina High (also known as Sabrina Burkholder) has lost custody of both of her children. Their father is familiar to viewers of Breaking Amish and you can see him in the above video clip. She was hoping that her new baby would end up in the hands of her parents, but that has not yet happened. High’s first child is named Oakley and now she also has an infant named Arianna Grace. High initially lost custody of Oakley because she was struggling with drugs. Fortunately, she was able to regain custody, but when a friend of hers named Jason died in a car accident that she was involved in, she somehow lost custody again, according to Starcasm. In a post on Facebook, High revealed the tragedy and spoke out, saying:
You said I was family to you. I guess I’m really not. I should have known better than to believe you and trust you. Deep down inside of your heart, you know that I would never hurt a fly. I’m not capable of being a vindictive, cruel type of person. Everyone that truly knows me, knows this. You know, having a family is the only thing I ever truly wanted. Growing up the way that I did, I felt like I didn’t belong anywhere. And so having a family of my own made my dreams come true. And now, you say I don’t deserve to have my family because of “choices” that I’ve made. I’ve made so many good choices you would think that you would understand that I’m not always going to be perfect. Sometimes when we make choices we don’t even realize that we are making them. I didn’t. Had I known that this was going to happen, I would have never in a million years made that choice. However, Jason was like family to me. And, at least, his last few moments were around the people that he loved.
I’ve realized now that no matter what I do or don’t do, it will never be considered good enough. I don’t know why, or how, you feel entitled to do these things to me. I guess some people find pleasure in hurting others simply because of their own pain. Inflicting that pain on others makes them feel like they are vindicated. What are you going to do after you have successfully destroyed my family? Are you going to destroy me then too? I can’t believe I was so stupid. I guess I’m too stupid to have a family. I get that you are better than me I get it. But how am I to give you what you want when what you want I cannot give? I feel like Abraham must have felt in the Bible. When God asked him to sacrifice his only son.
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So, who exactly is the father of High’s two children? Ex Harry Kreiser II is reported by Starcasm to be the father of both kids and, in 2012, Kreiser was arrested for attacking then-girlfriend High. Kreiser was booked for domestic violence and aggravated assault and the police report states:
Harry G. Kreiser, 28, of Strasburg, was charged after police said he injured a woman during a domestic incident Saturday in the 300 block of Mount Sidney Road. Authorities said he choked the victim and repeatedly slammed her head into a wall. When the victim ran outside, Kreiser chased her, threw her to the ground and head-butted her, police said. The victim was treated at an area hospital. Kreiser is charged with aggravated assault (domestic violence), simple assault and reckless endangerment. He was committed to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $75,000 bail.
In recent episodes of Return to Amish, High has appeared clean and sober, but Starcasm reports that recently, she has fallen off the wagon and we’re guessing she won’t be regaining custody of her children soon. Radar Online states that she was booked on charges of driving an unregistered vehicle, using drug paraphernalia, and possessing an uncontrolled substance. At the time of arrest, High was already on probation for Hindering Apprehension or Prosecution. High reportedly pled guilty to all three charges.
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