FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – There’s a new development in the case of the Fort Worth girl allegedly kidnapped and taken to New Mexico by her mother.

A Tarrant County judge has granted a restraining order against Kimberly Smith prohibiting her from having any contact with her daughter, Jessica.

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The girl was the subject of an Amber Alert until she was found in New Mexico earlier this year.

Phillip Smith was granted the order Tuesday in the case of his daughter.  It forbids Kimberly from any contact or communication with the couples’ daughter.

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At last report Jessica was living with her maternal grandparents.

The order also gives Phillip sole possession of the family’s home and bars Kimberly from going near the residence.   Philip was cleared by a grand jury two weeks ago on allegations of sexual assault or indecency.

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