BULLITT CO., Ky. (WHAS11) -- A police report said the grandmother of 2-year-old Charlee Campbell who recently went missing in Bullitt County was using meth while the child was in her care.

Beth Campbell is facing a charge of endangering the welfare of a minor.

The custody hearing for Charlee Campbell was held on Wednesday morning.

The courtroom was closed to the public. According to the Bullitt County Clerk's Office, all juvenile records are confidential based on a Supreme Court order so we could not confirm whether or not Charlee will return home or stay in the care of Child Protective Services.

“The picture that's been painted does not look like she has wonderful family, but she actually does, and a lot of them,” Charlee’s great-grandmother, Lisa Chesher told WHAS 11 News.

Charlee Campbell disappeared from her home on June 7 and was found more than 30 hours later in the woods.

Since then, the 2-year-old has been in the custody of Child Protective Services, but her family went to court and are trying to get her back.

The proceeding is private and the family nor sheriff would say what happened in court.

►Contact reporter Heather Fountaine at hfountaine@whas11.com. Follow her on Twitter (@WHAS11Heather) and Facebook.


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