Who Is Warren Jeffs’s Wife Millie Blackmore?

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At least three Canadian young people, including Millie Blackmore, wed the notorious and convicted child rapist Warren Jeffs.

He is the head of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS Church) and a prominent religious figure.

Warren, the infamous leader of the polygamist cult, wed Millie when she was just 13 years old. 

In addition to her, Jeffs wed two other Canadian girls who were only 12 years old when they tied the knot.

For several charges, including two instances of rape, sexual assault of a minor, and aggravated sexual assault against a child, Warren is currently serving a life sentence in a Texas jail. 

Millie Blackmore married Warren Jeffs when she was thirteen

As previously mentioned, on March 1, 2004, Millie and her husband Warren Jeff, the infamous polygamous leader, exchanged vows.

They got married in a spiritual ceremony in Colorado City, Arizona. According to the archives of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Blackmore was only 13 years old at the time of the marriage.

A Mormon splinter group (FLDS) member reportedly informed the authorities that her other sister, Annie Mae Blackmore, also wed Warren at an undisclosed time, according to her half-brother Brandon S. Blackmore.

Similarly, Jeffs wed Alyshia Rae Blackmore and Nolita Collen Blackmore, two more Canadian women. 

At the time, they were both only twelve years old. Warren wed both of them at the FLDS facility near Eldorado, Texas, known as the Yearning for Zion ranch in December 2005.

Was Millie Blackmore forcefully married by her parents?

Consider the burden of a young child being forced into a marriage with an adult. Millie’s story is painful since she was unfortunately born into a family that led a horrible life. 

Her parents, Gail and Brandon J. Blackmore forced her into marriage to the now-incarcerated cult leader Jeffs.

One encouraging thing emerges from this terrible story: the authorities held her parents accountable for their deeds. This represents a ray of justice in an extremely unsettling circumstance.

In addition to pressuring her into this union, Millie’s parents moved to bring her, Alyshia Rae Blackmore, and Nolita Collen Blackmore from Canada to the United States in 2004. 

As disturbing as it was revealed by Abigail Miller and Regina F. Graham in their Daily Mail reporting, they planned to have them wed Jeffs.

The choices made by Millie’s parents cruelly altered her course in life and put her in situations that no child should have to go through. 

Her experience serves as a reminder of the significant influence that parental decisions may have on a child’s development and the necessity of preserving children’s autonomy and well-being.

The parents of Millie were found guilty of trafficking children

J. Blackmore and Gail Blackmore, Millie’s parents, faced accusations of child smuggling.

In 2004, a Canadian court convicted them guilty of bringing their daughter to America at a young age to marry Jeffs. 

Several minor females, including Millie, showed up in her father’s home, according to an interview with Vice by Rachel Jeffs, his second wife.

Millie Blackmore stated she couldn’t say anything to her dad, although it was truly inhumane.

She explained, “You lose your position in the church if you do this. I wasn’t as concerned about being shunned by the church. Simply put, I would never get to see my loved ones again”.

Rachel added that Millie had been crying a lot and was in a lot of discomfort. She said, “About the girl, I witnessed a lot of emotional suffering in her. She lacked true stability”.

Afterward, authorities charged Millie’s parents and James Oler with taking a child out of Canada for s*x.

They participated in the smuggling of children that happened in 2004 and 2005. 

They allegedly brought Millie, Alyshia, and Nolita, three young females, to the US to marry FLDS leader Warren Jeffs.

Where is Millie Blackmore now?

Since the incarceration of her parents and ex-husband Warren, Millie Blackmore, a member of Bountiful’s FLDS community in British Columbia, vanished from the media. It is as if she never existed.

Canadian police were searching for Millie as part of their parents’ inquiry, one of her half-brothers, Brandon S. Blackmore, claimed to have seen her in early to late 2016.

Millie was in Bountiful, a city in Davis County, Utah. Millie was purportedly residing in Bountiful at the time with her mother.