Megan Wright, a woman connected to the missing baby Lisa case, defended herself on Facebook as the pressure rose in the investigation.
Wright received a call from one of the stolen cellphones at Lisa Irwin’s house, but she claims to have not answered the cellphone because it was not in her possession at the time.
“Ok, this is a f****** mad house once again...So here's the plan: I'm going to create my own page regarding the case. If you have a question, post it as a comment on my wall,” wrote Wright on Facebook.
Wright created the Facebook page “Megan Wright, Q&A Baby Lisa” to address questions concerning her involvement in the case.
Wright also claimed she did not change the timeline regarding her cellphone.
“The only information I know is what police told me originally 8:00 p.m....Then it was 2:30 a.m. Now shortly before midnight. “Who friggen knows?" Wright wrote on Facebook.
She also denied using drugs on the night Lisa disappeared and said she went to a waffle house with a friend at approximately 3 a.m.
Wright claimed she shared the phone with seven other people. She also said a man named “Dane” had her cellphone on both Oct. 3 and Oct. 4. Nobody else could use the phone because he was getting too many text messages and phone calls, according to Wright.
However, a person who lives with Wright said this information is false and the members of the house do not share a cellphone.
Both of Lisa's parents said they could not make phone calls during the night due to their cellphone being stolen with Lisa, according to a KCTV5 report.
Lisa's mother, Deborah Bradley, admitted to being drunk the night Lisa went missing. Lisa's father, Jeremy Irwin, was working a night shift and did not return home until 4 a.m. He then realized Lisa was not in her crib and notified police.
Baby Lisa went missing from her Missouri home on Oct. 4. She turns 1-years-old on Friday.