Lori Vallow made headlines in 2020 after being charged with the murder of two of her children.
Her brother, Adam Cox, is among the family members who have spoken since then, and Americans are curious about what he is up to now.
Where is Lori Vallow’s brother Adam Cox now?
Ever since Lori Vallow’s case captivated the nation, her brother Adam has kept a low profile.
However, in January 2022, he broke his silence and spoke about his relationship with his sister in an exclusive interview with 20/20.
He explained to ABC, “Our family is not what it used to be…not knowing who to trust, who to say what, what really happened.”
He added, “There is a lot of deception. Some family members may believe one thing, and other family members may believe another.”
Later in the interview, Cox recalled their childhood, saying that “nothing strange happened.”
“There was nothing strange, there was nothing alarming or something you might think, ‘How could you go off and do these things?’” he said. “
However, months before the deaths of her son JJ and daughter Tylee, Cox revealed that he noticed a huge change in her behaviour.
“I looked at her, and she looked at me, and I said, Laurie, what you’re saying is not true…that’s nonsense,” he continued, referring to her ex-husband’s claims that she had become a god-like figure who was responsible for ushering in the Bible’s end times.
And she says, ‘You think I’m crazy, don’t you? “
“From that moment on, I tried to cut everything with me,” Cox added.
Cox eventually became so worried about his sister that he went to their mother, Janice, who claimed there was nothing wrong, but only a few months later, the bodies of her two young children were found on her husband’s property.
“I know I was shocked again and thought, why in the world would they kill children and then bury them on Chad’s property?”
“It’s heart-wrenching. It’s an emotional disaster… You get a feeling of nausea in your stomach that can happen.”
Vallow and her husband, Chad Dieple, have been charged with the murders and are scheduled to stand trial in January 2023 after pleading not guilty.
Vallow was also charged in the death of her fourth husband, Charles Vallow, who was fatally shot in 2019.