"I'm going to use this just in case he wants to take Theo away from me," Mrs. Lopez said on the video, according to court documents. "Because he did, he said that, that he's very powerful, and he can, he can do it."
The Venezuelan actress was excited about living in San Francisco - "a beautiful and avant-garde city where millions of interesting people make things happen every day," she wrote in 2010 - raising her son with then-Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, and teaching bilingual mother-and-baby dance classes.
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