Specialists are looking a Southern California lake for “Glee” on-screen character Naya Rivera, who authorities accept disappeared while swimming Wednesday.
The 33-year-old from Woodland Hills had been sailing with her child on Lake Piru, Ventura County Sheriff’s Department Capt. Eric Buschow said.
The on-screen character leased a pontoon around 1 p.m, he stated, and, after three hours specialists discovered her child snoozing alone on the vessel.
The kid told authorities that the pair had been swimming yet that Rivera stayed away forever, Buschow said. “There’s another grown-up life vest found on the vessel,” the skipper said.
On Wednesday night, the office recognized in a tweet Rivera as the individual for whom they were looking until it turned out to be excessively dull. The office said the pursuit would proceed “from the start light.”
Lake Piru is around 56 miles north-northwest of Los Angeles.
An administrator for Rivera had no quick reaction Wednesday night.
Rivera is most popular for playing Santana Lopez on “Glee,” a secondary school glee club melodic and satire that ran on Fox from 2009 to 2015.
In 2018, 35-year-old Mark Salling, who looked as long as seven years in jail for youngster sex entertainment ownership, was discovered dead in Los Angeles. Law authorization sources said at the time that they accepted he kicked the bucket by self destruction.
In her 2016 book, “Sorry Not Sorry: Dreams, Mistakes, and Growing Up,” Rivera expounded on her battle with the demise of her “Glee” co-star Cory Monteith, who died in 2013 from a medication overdose.
“The Cory part truly gagged me up. I had (co-star) Kevin (McHale) come over and assist me with editting and we both had our second,” Rivera said in a meeting with the Associated Press.
Some “Glee” co-stars said something regarding her vanishing on Twitter late Wednesday. Harry Shum, Jr., who played Mike Chang stated, “Imploring.”
Iqbal Theba, who played Principal Abigail Figgins Gunderson on the show, stated, “Gracious God… leniency… if it’s not too much trouble “
Rivera is from the Santa Clarita neighborhood of Valencia, around 23 miles from the lake. She was hitched to on-screen character Ryan Dorsey, the kid’s dad, yet the pair separated following four years in 2018.
A week ago, she tweeted, “Regular you’re alive is a gift.”