Yesterday, police were searching for Mindy McCready and her 5-year-old son Zander, who both disappeared Tuesday night in Florida during an apparent legal dispute with the court system.
McCready doesn't have legal custody of the child but is allowed visitations. (Here parents have custody of the boy.)
McCready was last seen after she picked up the boy from her father's Cape Coral, Fla., house.
A missing persons report was filed with police, and a judge has ordered McCready to return Zander by 5 p.m. today.
Meantie, Mindy McCready posted a Facebook message saying, "My son is not missing" and that "police established that this afternoon via Skype."
She wrote: "I have been fighting the Florida court system to protect my son, and bring him home. Please do not worry."
McCready has been dealing with a number of personal problems in recent years, including an apparent overdose, suicide attempts and rehab.
THEN THERE'S THIS: She's Pregnant With Twins
Mindy McCready is five months pregnant with twins.
A rep for the singer confirmed the baby news to People magazine, just hours after reports surfaced that Mindy has fled with her 5-year-old son, Zander, hiding him from his grandmother, who has legal custody.
There is no word on the identity of the twins' father. But back in April of 2010 she admitted (to the Boot) she was very much in love. Mindy said she was "dating a producer, songwriter, genius musician. He's a wonderful guy from New Orleans."
According to the NY Daily News, his name is David Wilson.
BY THE WAY: Yesterday was Mindy's 36th birthday.
LATE UPDATE: 7 MONTHS PREGGARS?
Last night, Mindy McCready told AP she will probably not be able to bring her 5-year-old son back to Floridato fulfill a judge's order by Thursday afternoon— because she is nearly 7 months pregnant with twins. By not returning as ordered, she risks arrest.
McCready said that she and her mother have had a long custody battle in Florida over Zander. Her mother was awarded guardianship in 2007.
McCready alleges that her son suffered abuse while living at her mother's home and that is one of the reasons why she left with the boy last week.
She told The Associated Press, "I'm a mom first. No matter what happens, I'm going to protect my kid. If I have to go to jail, so be it."
NOTE: McCready's mother, Gayle Inge, said the abuse allegations are "absolutely not true."