Brevard County, FL -- Christopher Baylor is a family man. A black American male raised in a two-parent Christian home, he had every intention of continuing in this tradition with his own family and children. Like many, he was seeking a soulmate, looking to raise children and spend the rest of his life with his chosen life partner.
Never did he expect his path to include marriage fraud, pleading for the annulment of his marriage, filing for divorce, a child custody battle, or the possibility of the international "legalized" abduction of his only beloved daughter Aaliyah, whom he affectionately calls 'Bee.'
Fatherhood had been an event he'd anticipated for a good portion of his life. The birth of Aaliyah 'Bee' was monumental for Christopher. He took care of all Ayano Eto's medical needs and expenses, looking forward to doing all he could to ensure their child had the best life possible. And when that meant taking on the added responsibility of becoming the primary caregiver, he happily obliged, handling Bee's day-to-day care, meals, and the medical needs of their precious child up until the day Ayano Eto took his daughter from him. Christopher Baylor had become a 'left behind parent.'