An ex-gay mother failed to give up custody of her 7-year-old daughter to her former lesbian partner on Friday, ABC News reported.

Lisa Miller, 41, fled her 4 year civil union to Janet Jenkins, 45, and renounced being gay in 2004, moving herself and the couple's 17-month-old daughter, Isabella, from Vermont to Virginia.

In dissolving the couple's civil union, a Vermont judge originally awarded Miller, who is the biological mother through artificial insemination, custody of the child but granted liberal visitation rights to Jenkins. The court, however, reversed the ruling on November 20, awarding custody to Jenkins, after it found Miller to be in contempt of court for denying Jenkins visitation rights.

“She's very disappointed, obviously,” said Sarah Star, Jenkins' Vermont lawyer. “She's very concern about Isabella and asks that if anybody sees Isabella, that they please contact the authorities.”

Upon leaving the relationship, Miller renounced being gay, calling it a “sin,” and became an evangelical Christian.

“[Isabella] knows that Ms. Jenkins' choice to continue to live a homosexual lifestyle is a sin,” Miller said in court documents.

Vermont Family Court Judge William Cohen noted in his order that Miller had stopped speaking to her attorneys and appeared to have“disappeared” with Isabella.