Charity Missing People has released an appeal for YouTuber Marina Joyce, who is missing for about nine days from her home town of Haringey, London. A similar appeal has also tweeted an appeal for her.
YouTube videos of Marina Joyce were met with her on-screen erratic behaviour and this led to various conspiracy theories. She is missing since July 31 and her report at Haringey police station was filed on August 7.
Haringey police force tweeted, “Can you help to find Marina Joyce, 22, missing from #Haringey?”
The 22-year-old sparked mass panic in 2016 among her followers with one of her YouTube videos titled DATE VIDEO DEAS in which she whispered at one point “help me” and her arms were seen bruised. Her fans believed it was a cry for help.
Marina Joyce gained fame for her beauty videos. Her last video was posted on June 21 with a caption that another video would arrive in about a week, but nothing was published thereafter.
Met Police spokesperson said, “Call 101 and quote 19MIS031063 with any info… Enquiries are underway to try and locate her. Anyone with information is asked to call police in the North Area Command Unit on 101 and quote ref: 19MIS031063.”
Meanwhile, a #SaveMarinaJoyce campaign is trending on Twitter in United Kingdom and United States.