The estranged wife of Adam Montgomery, accused of killing their 5-year-old daughter Harmony, testified she still cares for him despite witnessing the alleged abuse leading to Harmony's death.
In a trial that began last week in Manchester, New Hampshire, Kayla Montgomery, estranged wife of Adam Montgomery, who faces charges including second-degree murder for the death of their 5-year-old daughter Harmony, testified she still has feelings for him despite witnessing the abuse that presumably led to the child's death. Harmony is believed to have been killed on December 7, 2019, but wasn't reported missing for nearly two years. Adam Montgomery's defense acknowledges his guilt in falsifying evidence and abusing a corpse but denies he killed Harmony, suggesting she died when with Kayla. Kayla is serving an 18-month prison sentence for perjury related to the case and testified without immunity, acknowledging inconsistencies in her statements to authorities.