YouTuber Marina Joyce missing for 10 days

YouTuber Marina Joyce Has Been Missing for 9 Days, Police Say

YouTuber Marina Joyce missing 10 days: Police appeal for help as fans speculate on Twitter

"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", a post from United Kingdom charity Missing People said.

According to a report from Just Jared, Marina Joyce is "safe and well" after reports came out indicating she had gone MIA earlier in the week. "Call 101 and quote 19MIS031063 with any info".

Unfortunately, the hashtag #savemarinajoyce is trending on Twitter again today as police voice their concerns for the popular YouTuber who apparently hasn't been seen since July 31.

Joyce took a break from YouTube at that point, then issued a video explaining that she suffered from depression. But now, nobody knows where she is and that is starting to worry everyone.

"Marina Joyce, 22, was reported missing to police on Wednesday, 7 August".

A day later, he added further details and said that Joyce herself was going to make a statement soon.

The confirmation comes after her boyfriend Brandon Mehmed also posted on Instagram to tell fans "she is safe and well". 'And I hope her FAMILY and her FRIENDS and her FANS are ok.

Joyce has previously been involved in controversy after a 2016 video surfaced in which fans thought she seemed to be whispering "help me" and appeared to have bruises on her arms. Right now, London Metropolitan Police mentioned she had been discovered, however no particulars past that have been offered.

A caption on the video promised another one the following week - but it never happened.

Marina last updated her Instagram and YouTube accounts in late June.

Britney's controversy began shortly after she canceled her Las Vegas residency as well.

"I'm getting better now, which is why I decided to make this video", she added. You'll get your proof that she is safe when she uploads.

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