Single mother Heather Collins (Heather) has (4) four hours a week of supervised visits with her children ever since reporting her husbands child sexual abuse (5) five years ago as well as throughout the divorce. On April 28, 2022 attorney Noel Scott Johnson (Johnson) filed a motion for his attorney fees in Collins v. Collins, Rogers County FD-14-308. He seeks over ($100,000) one hundred thousand dollars on behalf of his client to reimburse the fees spent since 2016. Sources indicate that DHS has (5) five substantiated Department of Human Services (DHS) allegations against Johnson’s client, Clayton Collins, a man who has had sole custody while his ex-wife has had over (5) five years of supervised visits, the online record appears absent a reason why.
Heather has consistently told the Court of a danger to her children just to be continuously admonished for mandatory disclosing. Heather through counsel reported that she went to speak with the Rogers County District Attorneys office many times about the allegations eventually going to the State of Oklahoma Attorney General’s (OAG) Office to seek help. Her counsel made the appointment, explained the contentious family law with Johnson’s law firm, and advised his client to attend. When Heather did sit down with the OAG it was by and through Attorney Joy Thorp (Thorp). Heather notes that after divulging her story Thorp said there was ‘nothing’ she could do and that Johnson was the Thorp family attorney. (See Part 3 of this expose)
June 08, 2022 at 08:53PM
Mother Reports Childs Allegations and Gets Half Decade of Supervised Visits
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