Gospel singer Kelly Price is no longer considered a missing person after meeting with authorities
Gospel singer Kelly Price is no longer considered a missing person after meeting with authorities.
Kelly Price, a gospel singer, is no longer classified as a missing person.
Price, 48, and her lawyer, Monica Ewing, met with investigators in Cobb County,
Georgia, on Wednesday to explain her situation, according to police.
According to police, the New York-born singer is no longer classified as a missing person on the National Crime Information Center.
Kelly’s name was also removed from the National Missing Persons Registry,
according to Ewing, after officials performed a welfare check-in line with established procedures for missing person cases.
Price was spotted with her husband Darrell Crump at LAX airport in Los Angeles on Tuesday, wearing a face mask over a transparent face shield as she was pushed through the airport with Crump on a fall weekday.
Price addressed the reports that she was missing earlier this week,
revealing that she had been hospitalized with coronavirus and was clinically dead.
Price told TMZ that she was never absent, but that she had deliberately separated herself from her family,
whom she claimed she doesn’t communicate with on a daily basis.
Price said that physicians and medical personnel were able to resuscitate her after she collapsed owing to the virus’s effects on her health.
Price said she is still on oxygen and that speaking is difficult for her,
but she thought it was essential to tell her side of the story.
The publication claimed that it was unclear if Price had been vaccinated and that they had contacted her lawyer Monica Ewing but had not received a definite answer.
Price informed the publication that her abduction was the consequence of a family feud between her sister and others. Share Cheree Price,
Price’s sister told BNC News on Friday that the family was ‘frantic’ in their search for the gospel singer after she went missing in Georgia.
Kelly has not been seen by family members in ‘well over a month,’ according to Shanrae Cheree Price after she was discharged from a hospital after testing positive for the virus.
Price’s sister expressed her worries after Ewing informed TMZ that Price is not missing and is recovering at an unknown location.
Kelly was last seen in the hospital on August 13, before she was released, according to Shanrae’s niece and nephew.
Price’s family was ‘confused,’ ‘upset,’ and scared,’ she added.
‘Please, Kelly, just show up if you’re OK,’ she pleaded. ‘Go to the police, do anything, but we need to see you physically,’ says the officer.
Price’s family had received no information on her sister’s health after she was released from the hospital, she revealed.
Share further stated that she went to Price’s home and asked that police do a welfare check.
‘We haven’t seen her,’ says the narrator. haven’t heard anything from her.
‘We have no idea where my sister is,’ she said. ‘ can’t simply carry recordings or messages; need to meet my sister in person.’ I need to visit her and ensure that she is in good health.
‘I’m in a panic.’Price had gone missing in Georgia after being discharged from the hospital in July after acquiring COVID-19.
According to Cobb County police authorities, the singer,
who had released a new album earlier this year, has been classified as a missing person after a welfare check performed at her residence earlier this month.
After investigating Price’s house and interviewing with her boyfriend, Terrell Babers, authorities discovered no indication of foul play.
When Price was released early from the hospital in late August, her family accused Babers of preventing them from seeing her at home.
Price announced that she had contracted COVID-19 on July 29 in an Instagram video.’I have the COVID virus.’ I’m following the doctor’s instructions.
I’ve been quarantined. I’m completely spent. suffering from a splitting headache, yet I’m not in the hospital. ‘I’m thankful, and I’m hoping for a fast recovery,’ she told her fans.
A few days later, Price was taken to the hospital.
The family told TMZ that they had been visiting her in the hospital while she was recuperating,
but that they were surprised when she was discharged three weeks later despite not seeming to be in good
On September 18, the worried family requested a welfare check from the Cobb County Police Department. Price
is a Grammy-nominated R&B singer who began her career in 1998.
She rose to national prominence 15 years ago with her debut gospel album, This Is Who I Am. Grace, her second gospel album, was released on April 2.