State child welfare workers say she's unstable, noticeably upset and disrespectful to doctors and case workers. That's what they told Judge David Gooding during the continuing visitation hearing involving Rayne Perrywinkle ..the mother of 8-year-old murder victim, Cherish Perrywinkle. As a result, the judge has further reduced her visitation time with her two other young daughters .. who are being cared for by a family friend. Channel 4's Tarik Minor was there for today's hearing and is joining us now LIVE from downtown. 3 :00-:05:28-:33Unable to maintain her composure in the courtroom, Rayne Perrywinkle breaks down during a visitation hearing..She's escorted out by lawyers and health counselors barely able to stand at times.After a 10 minute break, Perrywinkle returns, and listens to testimony from counselors with the Department of Children and Families, who want to reduce her visitation hours with her 4 and 5 year old daughters, in the best interest of the children.SOT 18:31:47"She was very short with her children, very agitated during her entire visit, she wasn't even nice to them at all during her visit. She didn't speak to them until they came to her": Counselors say Perrywinkles been agitated, angry and critical of her kids.They say she disobeyed orders from counselors, who asked her not to talk about Cherish's death, without the presence of a family counselor.A judge reduced Perrywinkles visitation time with her two daughters, from 3 days a week for 2 and a half hours, to two days a week for an hour. the judge will revisit this schedule in 6 weeks. 3 What about the father's visitation with the girls .. did the judge make any changes in that?