NEW YORK (AP) — A woman engaged in a New York court fight with champion skier Bode (BOH'-dee) Miller over custody of their 13-month-old son says she hopes they can work it out.
Sara McKenna discusses in an article posted this week on Cosmopolitan magazine's website how she met Miller through an online dating agency and got pregnant before their relationship fell apart.
McKenna moved from California to New York, where she gave birth. She says her hope is she and Miller can work together to give their son a "stable life."
A phone message left for Miller's attorney on Wednesday and an email left for his agent haven't been returned.
Miller said late last year he was "psyched" about a temporary plan for him and McKenna to share time with their son.
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