Audio of a 911 call made reporting ‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera as a missing person, has just been released by Ventura County Sheriff’s where a witness claimed a ‘little girl’ was found in a boat alone and her ‘mother is nowhere to be found.’
According to the 911 tape, released by the Sheriff’s a woman called in reporting and “emergency” of a “missing person.” The person told dispatchers “we found a little girl in one of the boats, by herself, and the mother is nowhere to be found.”
On the call, the dispatcher asked the approximate age of the child, and the woman says her husband “works” at the lake and she is on the way to the scene.
As we reported, Naya’s 4-year-old son Josey Hollis Dorsey, was found floating in a rental boat by himself. It appears the individuals working at the dock could have been confused by Josey’s long hair and incorrectly relayed information that the child was a girl.
The caller gave little other details and said she was told to ‘call it in’ and promised to call back once she arrived with further details.
The 911 confirms reports that Naya’s son was found by himself in the boat after he said his mother went swimming and failed to return.
As we reported, the ‘Glee’ star is presumed dead of an apparent drowning after she failed to surface or reappear following the initial missing person report. Sadly, at this point, law enforcement has changed it to a ‘recovery’ effort from a ‘rescue’ after over 24 hours of searching.
Ventura County Sheriff’s tweeted they have over 80 personnel, including helicopters, boat crews, divers, and ATV’s in the area searching for the missing ‘Glee’ star.
“Divers also searched underwater in the area where the boat had last been seen. However, there was no sign of Rivera,” they said.