Augusta, Maine (NEWS CENTER) - On Thursday it will be 2-months since toddler Ayla Reynold was last seen inside her grandmother's home in Waterville.
Augusta attorney Stephen Bourget says Phoebe and Elisha DiPietro retained his services several weeks ago after the media coverage of the little girl's disappearance started to get overwhelming. He says they've been nothing but cooperative with police.
"They've been cooperative with the police from the beginning. They've told them everything they know, unfortunately they don't know anything", he said.
When Ayla Reynolds disappeared she was staying with her father Justin DiPietro at the Waterville home of his mother Phoebe. Since that time the home and the people inside have been focus of an intense investigation. Phoebe DiPietro was not home December 16th, the night before Ayla Reynolds was reported missing. Ayla's aunt Elisha was there.
Her attorney says it was a quiet night and rumors about a party and drugs being present are simply not true.
"There was no party. No drugs or alcohol in that house. Phoebe, the owner of the house, makes sure of that, that's about it", Bourget said.
Police say someone coming into the home and removing the child that night is highly unlikely. They believe someone in the home is not telling the full story. Attorney Bourget says all Elisha DiPietro can do is tell police what went on in the home that night and that's what she's done.