Kimberly Kay Bowman admitted to 9News Wednesday that she was the administrator of the Missing Dylan Redwine CMCF page. The site was later deleted.
Redwine's mother asked Bowman to remove the page saying that she wanted the community to focus on a different community Facebook page about Dylan's disappearance.
Dylan Redwine disappeared from southwestern Colorado on Nov. 19. He was visiting his father in Vallecito for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Last month, Bowman was accused of collecting money for merchandise related to the Jessica Ridgway search against the wishes of the Ridgeway family.
Attorneys sent a cease-and-desist letter to Bowman and her nonprofit group, Colorado's Missing Children Foundation. It asked them to stop selling "Justice for Jessica" bracelets and Jessica Ridgeway window decals.
Bowman says she has ended her involvement in the foundation. However, she did use the CMCF acronym on her Redwine Facebook page. That page did not appear to directly solicit donations or sell merchandise.
Bowman sent a Facebook message to 9Wants to Know this afternoon: "My efforts are truly driven by my heart and lead by God. Crazy as that sounds to some, it is the way it is," she wrote.
(KUSA-TV © 2012 Multimedia Holdings Corporation)