How to Watch Stolen by My Mother: The Kamiyah Mobley Story 2020 Full Movie For Free | Cast Members, Plot, Preview Video
March 07, 2023
Lifetime has released the full movie Stolen by My Mother: The Kamiyah Mobley Story for free. Learn how to watch this 2020 movie based on a true story, plus learn the cast members, plot, see the official preview and more.
Stolen by My Mother Plot
The true story about Gloria Williams, who abducted a newborn baby named Kamiyah Mobley from a hospital in Jacksonville, Florida in 1998. Gloria, who was struggling with the emotional aftermath of a recent miscarriage, posed as a nurse and took Kamiyah from her mother's arms before leaving the hospital undetected. Gloria renamed the baby Alexis and raised her as her own daughter, providing her with love and care. However, when Alexis applied for her first job, she was unable to provide a birth certificate or a social security card, which eventually led her to realize that she was abducted as a baby. Gloria was eventually arrested, and despite the fact that Alexis had learned the truth about her past and that her "mother" was her kidnapper, she kept the secret for as long as she could until an anonymous tip led to Gloria's arrest. The story highlights the emotional turmoil and impact on the lives of those involved in a case of abduction and deception.
Preview and Link to Movie
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Lifetime is currently sharing the full movie Stolen by My Mother: The Kamiyah Mobley Story for free at the following link: https://play.mylifetime.com/movies/robin-roberts-presents-kidnapped-the-kamiyah-mobley-story/full-movie.
Stolen by My Mother Cast
- Niecy Nash as Gloria Williams
- Garfield Wilson as Charles
- Everick Golding as Oskie
- Miranda Edwards as Angie
- Jennifer Oleksiuk as Detective L. Wilson
- Alvin Sanders
- Marci T. House as Rev. Sherrie White
- Natalie Malaika as Arika Williams
- Megan Danso as Susie
- Kareem Tristan Alleyne as Swerve Mika Mitchell as Shannon
Directed by Jeffrey W. Byrd. Written by Michele Samit and Richard Kletter.
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