Naya Rivera’s 'Glee' costar Heather Morris feels 'powerless', says she'll search on foot for missing friend
The missing case of ‘Glee’ star Naya Rivera continues to haunt fans as rescue workers nor police have been able to find any information about her after the star was presumed dead following her trip to Lake Peru with her four-year-old son Josey.
The latest development in her investigation is that the search is now being carried out with the help of search dogs and underwater divers. As multiple attempts have failed to give any results, one of Rivera’s closest friends and 'Glee' costar Heather Morris has decided to organize a rescue mission with the help of other friends and family. She took to Twitter to express that she was feeling "powerless" despite the extensive search. Heather, shared a tweet today, July 12, that read, “My name is Heather Morris, I'm Nayas close friend and co-worker, and I'm trying to conduct an on-foot search and rescue mission along with a small group of friends at Lake Piru. I understand your team is doing EVERYTHING in their power, but we are feeling helpless, powerless and want to help in any way. I have left a message with the department of Rescue and Air today, and I will call again tomorrow. Thank you.”
Heather received a lot of support from Rivera’s fans and the rest of the Internet as they took to Twitter to thank her for taking it up personally. "I’m literally crying Heather! You’re an incredible person! You heart is so pure and I send you and your friends all my good energy! We have been with the heart broken this past days and I trust in God this would solve! Be careful and God bless you! You’re not alone!" wrote one user.
“Heather you are so strong, I love you and everything you do. I miss naya so much already, and couldn’t even imagine how you are feeling. Sending all my love to you and her family,” wrote another. And some of the devastated fans who are still holding on to a ray of hope and believe Rivera is alive, extended their support to Heather for her rescue mission. “LET HER HELP @VENTURASHERIFF LET HER HELP!!!!! LET HER CHECK THE LAND!!!! #NayaRivera is out there and she's alive and she needs help. PLEASE!!!” tweeted one.
Social media users have taken to commenting on the rescue operation videos released by the Ventura County Sheriff's Department and have asked the police to search the neighboring woods as well as interview boat personnel and the jetski person. Peopl on social media urged the department saying: "Don’t just search at the lake, search on the properly houses and the proximities on the lake Not just on the water Maybe She is not dead on the water and she still missed Do your job pls We need you, SHE needs you, and her poor 4 yo child too."