Man at Center of Missing Mom Mystery Speaks Out

The family of a missing mom says they think her ex-husband is involved in her disappearance. Now, the ex-husband is speaking out for the first time, saying he had nothing to do with her disappearance. INSIDE EDITION reports.

Clay Waller, the husband at the center of the triplet-Mom mystery, is speaking out for the first time.

"It's been a hard time for us all. We want her to come home alive," Waller said.

Waller's estranged wife, Jacque, is the mother to their adorable five-year-old triplets. She has not been seen for seven weeks.

Authorities say that Waller, a former cop, is a person of interest in her disappearance.

Earlier this week, INSIDE EDITION reported on how Jacque's family is convinced that they know what happened to her.

"We think he murdered her and a couple of hours later, he disposed of her body," Jacque's sister Cheryl Brenneke said.

But Waller is denying that he had anything to do with his wife's disappearance.

Outside a Missouri court hearing, Waller spoke as he fought for visitation rights with the triplets.

"I just miss my wife and my kids, and I'm just trying to fight to see them," he said.

Waller continued, "I can't change how people feel. There's a lot of emotions that are running high right now."

A judge continued to deny Clay Waller any contact with his triplets while the investigation continues.