Let Craig Connolly see his son Oliver

Let Craig Connolly see his son Oliver

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Sasha Gray started this petition to Northern Irish court

Hello I’m Sasha Gray . My partner Craig Connolly has been denied access to his son Oliver who he previously had access to 4 days a week overnight! Which have now been denied. Oliver’s grandparents have also been denied the right to see him aswel ! 

Since the start of mine and my partners relationship (25th April 2020) he has been denied all access to his son including video/ phone calls by Oliver’s mother  . Meaning Craig was made to miss his sons 3rd birthday. Olivers mother claims craig is aggressive (yet we have police record of her beating him/taking the child out of the country illegally  /self harm while intoxicated with the child in the house  ) and is now using COVID-19  as an excuse for craig not to see his son.  She is playing victim and depriving her child of his right to see his father !this is emotional and mental abuse to both Craig and Oliver ! she is neglecting Oliver’s need to have his father in his life. 

Oliver is 3 years old and completely adored by his father .I'm sick of seeing mothers using their children as weapons ! As a mother of two I’m going through my own  battles but  I’d never stop my child seeing his father because he has a new partner ! Anyone who knows Craig can tell you what he’s like ! He would give you the shirt of his back is it ment you were warm . He has taken on my 2 children and is an amazing father figure to them . He helps every single day and has taken them for me while I have been in hospital potentially with a condition called  FAP . Craig has been/ shown me he is a great father and it hurts my heart to see how badly he is hurting because he can’t see his son ! Please help Craig To see his boy again . We will never stop fighting to see Oliver ! With your help we can reunite Craig and Oliver ! #craigsboy

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