She has vehemently denied in repeated interviews that any abuse took place and said that the woman misunderstood her.
"Every time this story gets told it gets embellished," Stephanie said.
After the arrest and Peter's subsequent release on bond, the couple was to live apart from each other. They did so until December when Stephanie said she and their young son moved back to Jackson County from her parent's home in northern Virginia.
Stephanie and Peter were arrested in April when her parents sent police looking for her and her son. She was charged with child concealment, a charge that was later dropped, while Peter was charged with obstruction because he initially told officers he didn't know where Stephanie and his son were when they came to his home.
Their house was set ablaze and burned to the ground while they were in jail. Peter is now on home confinement and living in a one-room cabin on the property. Stephanie is essentially homeless.
Their son, now 2, is in the care of his grandparents in Virginia. In addition to keeping an eye on her husband's case, Stephanie also has been working toward getting custody of her son and worrying about what will happen to the child she's carrying.
"I miss my son horribly and I cry every day for him," Stephanie said. "But I'm even more terrified of the idea of my newborn child being snatched from between my legs and given to some foster family."
Peter Lizon will be arraigned on the charges in the coming weeks.
Contact writer Ashley B. Craig at ashley.cr...@dailymail.com or 304-348-4850.