Police confirm that YouTuber Marina Joyce has been found 'safe and well'

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

Boyfriend Brandon Mehmed appears to be closely involved in the entire situation; hours after police first put out their missing persons alert on Joyce and asked the public for help, Mehmed came forward with a message via Twitter to indicate the YouTuber had apparently been safe the entire time.

YouTuber Marina Joyce has been missing for 10 days, and her fans are anxious.

The Internet personality was reported missing on August 7 and was last seen on July 29.

In the United Kingdom and USA, on Twitter the hashtag #SaveMarinaJoyce began trending, which direct to the police getting involved at the time.

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Joyce, who is best known for her beauty videos, has over 2 million subscribers on YouTube.

"I don't need help guys but thank you for your concern", she said.

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

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Joyce beforehand alarmed followers when she issued a 2016 video through which she gave the impression to be whispering, "assist me", and had what seemed to be bruises on her arms.

Out of respect for Marina and her family, I'm not going to speculate about what could be going on. "I'm getting better now, which is why I decided to make this video", she said. "It was reported she was last seen on 31 July", according to the police statement.

Fans speculated she was struggling with drug-related issues, but others began sharing wild conspiracy theories.

She also claimed she said she had "found a couple of secrets about the After Life" and could contact the dead. "It hurts me up to this point to think of all the rudderless things I've done that I haven't taken care of", she clarified. In light of the news, the hashtag #SaveMarinaJoyce started trending worldwide. "I'm getting better now, which is why I decided to make this video".

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