She receives visitors almost every weekend – including her partner Patrick and her parents Sandra and Robert.
Keli’s daughter visits most weeks in the company of her grandmother, Sandra.
Now 14 and in the full-time care of her father and his new wife, the remarkably well-adjusted teen also spends a lot of time in the company of Keli’s parents.
Baby “Tahlia” born in secret and adopted out.
Baby Tegan born in secret.
Baby “Aaron” born in secret and adopted out.
A DOCS worker becomes suspicious and reports “disappearance” of Tegan to police.
Police interview Keli. At this stage, the matter is treated as an “occurrence”.
A baby girl is born. She remains in Keli and her new husband’s custody.
Detective Richard Gaut takes over case. He interviews Keli the following May.
A coronial inquest begins into the disappearance of Tegan Lane.
Keli summonsed to stand trial for murder via “ex-o¬ffcio indictment”.
Murder trial begins.
Keli found guilty of murdering Tegan, sentenced to 18 years in prison, with a 13 year, five month non-parole period.
NSW Court of Criminal Appeal rejects Keli’s appeal.
The High Court of Australia denies Keli’s appeal.
Keli’s case is taken up by The Innocence Initiative at RMIT.