Raven Cassidy Furlong, who had been reported missing by her family more than a month ago, has been found in California unharmed and safe. The police are saying that she is not in any danger. It was initially thought that Furlong might have been a victim of sex trafficking. However, Furlong was seen Friday night at a taping of American Ninja Warrior, and voluntarily went with LAPD officers for questioning. Police determined the now 18 year-old was in good health and not in any danger and released her over the objections of family members. Raven Cassidy Furlong stated, “I’m fine.” Everybody can leave me alone because I’ve been fine and I am fine.”
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Raven Cassidy Furlong was reported missing when she didn’t return home from her Aurora, Colorado high school in February. Authorities searching for the then-17-year-old were considering the possibility that she may be a victim of sex trafficking.
Furlong was seen Friday night at a taping of American Ninja Warrior, and voluntarily went with LAPD officers for questioning, MyFoxLA.com reported.
Police determined the now 18-year-old was in good health and not in any danger and released her over the objections of her aunt, Tobi Buckley. Furlong’s family believes she is being held against her will.
Auora police classified Furlong a “runaway,” but the family questions whether she was tricked into moving to California with the promise of modeling work.