Attorney Chamoy is believed to have fled the country to avoid DNA testing to determine 9-year-old daughter’s biological father.
By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.
August 12, 2015
Waukesha, WI – On Tuesday, three felony charges have been filed against attorney Robin E. Chamoy, 40, of Mequon after she failed to comply with a court order in 2014 for a paternity test to determine the biological father of her 9-year-old daughter. Chamoy was charged with interfering with child custody of other parent, interfering with child custody order and making false statements to the court. If convicted on all felony counts, Chamoy is facing up to 30 years in prison and $60K in fines, or both. A cash bond of $1M in absentia was set for Chamoy, if taken into custody.
Chamoy allegedly made false statements to the court that her daughter was from her current marriage, but court documents indicate that she had lived with Kyle S. Conway, 31, for a number of years in Wisconsin and had a daughter. Conway moved to California and Chamoy was supposed to have followed, but she remained in Wisconsin and began another relationship. Chamoy later married.
Conway after nine years filed for shared custody of his daughter in 2014, but Chamoy allegedly fled the country to Israel to avoid a custody claim. Waukesha County Judge J. Mac Davis on June 29, 2015 adjudicated full custody to Conway after Chamoy failed to show up to court.
Chamoy failed to comply with a court order for a paternity test and disappeared on October 24, 2014 as well as her daughter and current husband.
A warrant for her arrest was issued on November 17, 2014.