New information has surfaced about a missing Blanchard mother 20 days after her disappearance. Through a source close to the case, News 9 has learned more about the day Jaymie Adams went missing. That information centers on Internet prostitution.
Attorney Irvin Box represents the victim's husband, Justin Adams. Box tells News 9 that Jaymie Adams was set to meet two to three men for sex the night she went missing. Box also tells News 9 she met those men on Craig's List.
"She deserves to be at home with her family," Jaymie Adams' husband, Justin Adams, said during a press conference shortly after his wife's disappearance.
Weeks have passed since Justin Adams made his tearful plea for his wife's safe return, and, still police don't seem to be any closer to finding the pregnant mother of three.
Box says his client's family has been in great financial need. Box also says that financial need motivated Jaymie Adams to prostitute herself on Craig's List as a way to support her family.
Just days before Jaymie's disappearance from a McDonald's parking lot in southeast Oklahoma City, she left a post on a blog. She wrote about how she was looking forward to celebrating Christmas with her three sons but admitted buying gifts this year would be difficult. In the blog, Jaymie wrote, "Christmas can get expensive" and "… the gifts I envisioned giving have changed."
Since the mother's disappearance, police have interrogated her husband. Box says Justin Adams hired him after police became "accusatory" in the questioning of his client.
"My client is not going to be accused unless there is factual information," Box said in a previous interview with News 9.
Box also says Justin Adams knew his wife was soliciting men on Craig's List but did not originally share that information with police.
Family and friends are set to hold a candlelight vigil for Jaymie Adams on Friday, December 30 at 7 p.m. It is planned to be held at the McDonald's restaurant where she was last seen at S.E. 29th Street and Douglas Boulevard in Oklahoma City.