Leonardo DiCaprio’s niece, Normandie, 6, was found safe by police on Jan. 30 after she was missing since Jan. 25.
Leonardo DiCaprio‘s niece, Normandie Farr, 6, was found by authorities on Jan. 30, after she was allegedly “abducted” by a member of her family, reported Radar Online. The little girl had last been seen on Jan. 25, right before her father, Leo’s step-brother Adam Farrar was arrested in Texas on drug-related charges. Her mother, Charity Moore, had been arrested on other drug charges just days before, on Jan. 20. Police believe that Adam may have “concealed” his daughter before his arrest.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s Niece Found After Allegedly Abducted By Family Member
Leonardo’s niece was found safe and sound, but details of her case still remain mysterious.
“I am happy to confirm that this child has in fact been found,” a spokesperson for the LA County Department of Children and Family Service, who has been involved with the Farrar family due to Adam’s told RadarOnline. “It’s great news. Beyond that, I can’t really say more. It’s always a little delicate as our department is prohibited by state rules from disclosing case-specific information.”
Normandie Farrar’s Family Feared For Her Safety
Normandie’s family previously expressed concern for her safety after her parents moved her beyond the reach of her hometown’s child protective services. “Adam and Charity have been hiding with Normandie in Texas, away from the Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Service, who have long been involved in their cases due to their criminal pasts,” a source close to the family previously told Radar. “They had been staying in North Dallas. Now, no-one in the family is sure where their daughter is, at this time.”
HollywoodLife.com reached out to Leo’s reps for comment.
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