Michelle Parker, a Florida mom who appeared on "The People's Court" television show, went missing a day after her episode aired.
Parker, 33, made her appearance on the people's court to settle a dispute between herself and her ex-fiance, Dale Smith. Smith is the father of Parker's 3-year-old twins. The court case both were involved in centered on a $5,000 engagement ring.
Parker was last heard from last Thursday afternoon. The Orlando Sentinel reported that she sent a text message saying she was in the Waterford Lakes neighborhood.
ABC News stated that local police deemed Dale Smith as a suspect in this missing case, but they now believe he can be ruled out as the main suspect. Parker's parents agree with the authority’s decision. "He has fully cooperated," Yvonne Stewart, Parker's mother, said. "They have found absolutely no evidence that there's any foul play on his part."
"If anybody has her and are holding her hostage, please let her go. Let her come home so she can raise her babies," Stewart went on to say.
Police recently came across Parker's abandoned Hummer on the west side of Orlando a day after her disappearance. They now believe that her disappearance is tied to a random carjacking.
An official Facebook page has been created for the missing woman. Photos of the woman and her car are viewable on this page: http://www.facebook.com/michelleparkermissingperson.
A recent post for the page says, "THIS IS A VERY HIGH STRESS SITUATION. WE LOVE AND ARE SO BLESSED THAT SO MANY PEOPLE CARE ABOUT MICHELLE AND HELPING FIND HER!"
"I AM BEGGING EVERYONE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE STOP ABUSING THIS SITE! WE ARE HERE TO FIND MICHELLE NOT ARGUE OVER WHAT WE THINK MIGHT HAVE HAPPENED. ANY COMMENTS FROM HERE ON OUT THAT ARE ABUSIVE WILL BE DELETED."
THANK YOU AGAIN TO EVERYONE ELSE THAT IS HELPING PRAYING AND REPOSTING! WE ARE FOREVER GRATEFUL!"
Over 100 close friends and family gathered a candlelight vigil for Michelle Parker last Sunday evening. In the daytime, a search was conducted.
Is anyone knows of Michelle's whereabouts please call Crimeline at (800) 423-8477.
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