Published: Sat, August 10, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

YouTuber Marina Joyce reported missing, appeal issued

YouTuber Marina Joyce reported missing, appeal issued

When contacted by CNN for clarification Mehmed said she had been found by police, which London's Metropolitan Police then confirmed.

It tweeted: "We had appealed for help to locate Marina Joyce, 22, reported missing from Haringey". "Can you help to find Marina Joyce, 22, missing from #Haringey?" the police department implored, adding, "Call 101 and quote 19MIS031063 with any info".

Police in the London Borough of Haringey tweeted a photo of Joyce and asked the public to help find her. Authorities are actively looking for the 22-year-old's whereabouts.

In a direct appeal to Marina, Missing People wrote: "Marina we are here for you whenever you are ready; we can listen, talk you through what help you need, pass a message for you and help you to be safe".

"It was reported she was last seen on 31 July".

Joyce, who has over 2 million subscribers on YouTube, began trending on Twitter in July 2016, after her videos and social media posts alarmed fans.

She has over 3.6 million followers on YouTube, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter combined.

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The 22-year-old YouTuber went viral back in 2016 after peculiar behaviour in videos and on social media had fans anxious she was struggling with drug abuse, or was being held against her will.

Marina had sparked conspiracy theories when, in 2016, she appeared to whisper "help me" in a video titled "DATE OUTFIT IDEAS", where she also seemingly had bruised arms.

Fans were previously anxious for Marina Joyce's safety in 2016.

Out of respect for Marina and her family, I'm not going to speculate about what could be going on.

After the news went viral, two of her friends took to social media to claim that she was safe, but police could not immediately confirm that.

A third said: 'Are you okay? hope you're safe Marina'.

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