Where is Yummi Li? OnlyFans model mysteriously vanishes, search on as pal cites depression
Yummi Li's social media accounts have been closed and suspended currently
Authorities are on the lookout for an OnlyFans model and cosplayer who unexpectedly vanished both online and in person. Yummi Li's disappearance from social media is being investigated by the Public Prosecutor's Office in Mexico City, after her worried family filed a case.
After being unable to contact the 25-year-old, her worried family raised the alarm, noting that the last time they spoke with her was on March 22, 2022. With her last post on March 28, 2022, Li, whose true name is Mayra Guadalupe Mata, has also stopped publishing content on OnlyFans. The influencer also ceased posting on Tik Tok, Instagram, and Twitter, according to the family. The report led the Public Prosecutor's Office in Mexico City to launch an investigation.
Li's mental health
Li was depressed, according to Jess Caballero, a friend of Li, as a result of her father's abrupt death. A sex workers' organization, Alianza Mexicana de Trabajadoras Sexuales (AMETS), said: "Here we share a new version of our poster with more information about Yummi, her age, and the types of tattoos she has. We would appreciate it if you help us share it." According to AMETS, the influencer is 5 feet 4 inches tall, has black hair and brown eyes, and has two Jess Caballero tattoos on her right arm and wrist.
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Mexico missing rates
According to the Mexico City government's open data portal, suspicious disappearances surged by 80% in the first ten months of 2021 compared to the same period in 2020. Moreover, according to the United Nations, "In 2018, 9.9 percent of women aged 15-49 years reported that they had been subject to physical and/or sexual violence by a current or former intimate partner in the previous 12 months." As of now, Yummi Li’s case is ongoing and no further update has been given.