|Updated: 8/12 10:33 pm
||Published: 8/12 4:19 pm
On Monday, Veronica's adoptive parents spoke out in South Carolina, while Dusten Brown spoke about the situation while still in Iowa.
The fight continues, and so does confusion for 3-year-old Veronica Capobianco.
"She, she don't quite understand it," said Brown, Veronica's biological father.
"She has seen pictures of them with her. She goes, 'Well, I know that's me, but who are they?' I just tell her, 'Those are some people that love you, too,'" he said.
Brown turned himself in to Oklahoma authorities after an arrest warrant was issued. The warrant was issued after Brown did not turn over the toddler to her adoptive parents, Matt and Melanie Capobianco, in South Carolina.
"Why are you standing by and watching our daughter Veronica be held against our will?" asked the Capobiancos.
The Capobiancos raised Veronica for the first two years and three months of her life. Brown gained custody after that.
"I'm going to fight until I have no fight left in me, until they say, 'You can't fight no more. This is my daughter," said Brown.
The fight went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, which essentially ruled Veronica should be returned to the Capobiancos.
"To take her from us is going to be very detrimental to her. It's like ripping her heart out, because she's a very happy child with us," said Brown.
"I am coming to get my daughter," said Matt Capobianco.
It has been a back-and-forth battle that's wounding everyone involved.