’50 Shades’ Actress Arielle Kebbel Asking Public for Help to Find Missing Sister: ‘Still Missing’
Arielle Kebbel, who appeared in the film “Fifty Shades Freed,” asked the public for help in locating her missing sister.
“My family and I are asking for any and all information that may help in our search for my sister Julia,” Kebbel said in a statement. “We are so grateful and touched by the incredible support we have received from everyone. We are hopeful that she is safe and will not stop looking until she is back home with us.”
Her sister has been missing for several days, according to Fox News.
Julia Kebbel was last seen walking her chocolate Labrador retriever around the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles. She’s 36 years old, 5 feet 3 inches tall, and weighs about 105 pounds. She has tattoos on both arms.
“I remember seeing her walk her dog a couple of times,” a neighbor told KTLA. “It’s odd and kind of unsettling,” he said, adding that he believes there was a fire at her home the day after she went missing.
Those who have information about her whereabouts are asked to call the Los Angeles Police Department or KlaasKIDS.
Kebbel has been asking the public for help on Twitter and Instagram.
“My sister Julia is still missing,” she wrote on Sunday, People reported. “Pls read, repost print & distribute. She was last seen Wed night in Silver Lake. Thank you all so much for your support. We are so grateful. #bringjuliahome.”
🚨 ALERT 🚨 My SiSTER Julia Kebbel is MISSING. Her Instagram and Twitter is @jkebbz pls go there to see more pictures of her. If you have seen her or know anything about her, pls DM me, contact the police or pls call Dennis at 407-739-8991 . Pls RT share this info with everyone pic.twitter.com/Ni5XFlOQMw
— Arielle Kebbel (@ArielleKebbel) February 3, 2018
🚨 ALERT 🚨 Updated flyer w/ new contact numbers to call if you know anything about my sister Julia. Pls read, repost print & distribute. She was last seen Wed night in Silver Lake. Thank you all so much for your support. We are so grateful. #bringjuliahome pic.twitter.com/uql2I2Lov0
— Arielle Kebbel (@ArielleKebbel) February 5, 2018