|Updated: 9/11/2013 11:21 pm
||Published: 9/09/2013 3:38 pm
The custody battle over Baby Veronica continues to drag on, as the girl turns 4 this weekend.
Her biological father, Dusten Brown, continues to exhaust all possible appeals in Oklahoma courts, while the girl's adoptive parents, Matt and Melanie Capobianco, ask the court to enforce the finalized adoption that would allow them to take her back to South Carolina.
On Monday, South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley told reporters in Charleston she will continue to push for the courts to force Brown to hand Veronica over to the Capobiancos.
Last week, Haley submitted a written argument to the Oklahoma Supreme Court asking them to force Brown to hand Veronica over.
Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin has also gotten involved, ordering the courts to extradite Brown to South Carolina after custodial interference charges were filed against him.
Brown was released on bond after turning himself in to the Sequoyah County Jail.
Monday, Haley continued to voice support for the Capobiancos being able to bring Veronica back to South Carolina soon.
"I will tell you I completely feel for all the of the parents involved, but at some point you have to take the emotion out, and look at what the court said, and that is that she should come back home to her parents in South Carolina. We're going to continue to work with the parents and with Gov. Fallin to make sure that happens," said Haley.
FOX23 is still waiting on a ruling from the Oklahoma Supreme Court on whether it will continue to block a ruling out of Nowata County recognizing the Capobiancos as the adoptive parents and ordering Brown to hand Veronica over or if they will keep the stay on that order in place.