The mother of 8 year old Cherish Perrywinkle, who police say was murdered by a convicted sex offender, will be spending less time with her 2 other children .. They are in the care of a family friend. Rayne Perrywinkle was in court today for another hearing in her continuing custody battle with her ex- boyfriend, Aharon Pearson and his father, Thomas Pearson Channel 4's Jim Piggott was inside the courtroom and is joining us now LIVE ..Jim, any word how the two little girls are doing? 3 3 3 This was a condition of a custody hearing involving cherish perrywinkles 4-5 year old sister... They are now in foster care... There mother want custody.. So does thier father..and their grandfather... 3 00-0736-43100-106 In court today rayne perrywinkle held back tears. And did not say much..Judge good was questioning the boys father... Who has missed most of his court ordered visitation with the girls. And admitted in court today. He used drugs two weeks ago... The judge suspended his visitation... Rayne Perrywinkle was clean on a drug test she took... Her visitation was limited as well cut from 3 days. To 2. For an hour each time,,, the judge is also concerned about her recent time in a mental facility for observation. we spoke with the girls attorney...Patricia Parker. Children's attorney time code 6:06:38 It's just stability and the judge let everyone know that normalcy is paramount for the kids. We want to make sure when they are doing their visitation that they are having a good experience. With mom and dad Another player is the grandfather. Who is seeking custody...He did not want to talk about his son the girls father...here what he said about today.Tom Pearson grandfather time code 6:10:41 Piggott are you hopefully? I am.I don't know how it could go any other way. I guess there are some people from Australia that may be related but I don't know them the girls don't know them. ..I know them. They know me. I'm grandpa The judge will hold another hearing Friday afternoon Jim .. we heard Tom Pearson refer to some people in Australia who might want custody .. what is that about?