YouTuber Marina Joyce found 'safe and well' after police appeal
YouTuber Marina Joyce has been found and is ‘safe and well’.
‘We had appealed for help to locate Marina Joyce, 22, reported #missing from #Haringey – she has been located & is safe and well. Thanks for your RTs,’ shared Haringey police force.
Charity Missing People also confirmed to Metro.co.uk that ‘this publicity appeal has now closed’.
Marina, whose on-screen erratic behaviour previously led to numerous conspiracy theories, had been missing for nine days, with the charity Missing People releasing an appeal for her to get in touch.
The appeal was posted online at 8pm on 9 August and claimed she went missing from her home town of Haringey, London on 31 July.
Haringey’s local police force also tweeted an appeal: ‘Can you help to find Marina Joyce, 22, missing from #Haringey? ‘Last seen on 31Jul and reported missing to police on 7Aug. Call 101 and quote 19MIS031063 with any info.’
Early on Saturday morning, the 22-year-old’s boyfriend shared a message on his Instagram page, explaining everything is ‘being dealt with’.
‘This is a temporary post to send a message to everyone worried for Marina,’ he told his 4,604 followers.
‘Everything is being dealt with in a professional manner. Please don’t worry about her as she is safe and well (you have my word for that).
‘Also everyone who thinks I’m acting “suspicious” are only misinformed and don’t know me at alllll (sic). Goodnight people.’
The 22-year-old found fame for her YouTube beauty videos and posted her last video on 21 June 2019.
The caption claimed another video would be coming a week later but her page has yet to be updated.
In 2016 she sparked mass panic among her fans who believed there was a cry for help hidden inside one of her videos.
The video DATE VIDEO IDEAS saw Marina at one point seemingly whisper ‘help me’ very quietly while her arms were also bruised.
A #SaveMarinaJoyce campaign began trending on Twitter in the UK and US but Enfield Police later tweeted that she was ‘safe and well’.
Weeks later she called on followers to call her ‘Goddess Marina’ from now on, and claimed that she wanted to create a temple and shrine where she is known as ‘God of the Shrine’ where she would spend her time drawing, meditating, and ‘finding (people) extreme spiritual help and guidance’.
She said it had all come about because she has ‘found a couple of secrets about the After Life and I know that I can still contact humans during the afterlife’.
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