|Updated: 8/16 5:19 pm
||Published: 8/16 3:07 pm
Court records show a mediation has been filed in the custody dispute over 'baby' Veronica.
The hearing at the Cherokee County Courthouse lasted almost 3.5 hours.
FOX23 crews were there as Matt and Melanie Capobionco, as well as Dusten Brown walked inside the doors.
"Can you guys tell us why you are here today?" asked FOX23's Melissa Hawkes.
"We have no comment, thank you," said the Capobiancos.
FOX23 got a hold of a court document written by a district court judge and served to Brown, his wife, and Veronica's biological grandparents on Thursday night.
It commanded, with all excuses and delays set aside, that Veronica be at the courthouse for the hearing. The three-year-old was no where to be seen when the Browns arrived for the hearing.
FOX23 learned from the Capobiancos' spokesperson the couple requested a court appearance after learning a separate court preceding was set to happen in tribal court.
In the three hour hearing a judge issued a gag order, so no one can talk about what happened inside. The mediation filing is sealed.
A second hearing took place at the Cherokee tribal court shortly after the first hearing ended. Details of that hearing have not been released either.