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Leo DiCaprio’s niece Normandie, 6, went missing after her father, Adam Farrar, was arrested on Jan. 25. Police allege she was abducted and hidden by a member of her family. The little girl’s aunt spoke out to say she is ‘safe,’ but could not answer where she is.
Leonardo DiCaprio‘s niece, Normandie Farr, 6, was “abducted by a family member,” according to Los Angeles police, who have charged her father, Leo’s oldest stepbrother Adam Farrar, with “concealing” the little girl before his Jan. 25 arrest for drug-related charges in Texas, after his girlfriend, Normandie’s mom Charity Moore, was arrested on drug charges on Jan. 20.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s Niece Abducted: Normandie Farrar Missing After Dad’s Arrest
Leonardo’s niece, Normandie, was reported missing in Texas after her family’s string of drug-related arrests.
Adam Farrar Arrested
Normandie’s aunt, Rachell, spoke out to say that the little girl is safe, »
- Kristine Hope Kowalski
Adam Farrar, stepbrother of Oscar-nominated The Wolf of Wall Street star Leonardo DiCaprio, has been arrested on drug-related charges in Texas. Police detained Farrar, 42, in Collin County on Jan. 24. The charges include misdemeanor counts of possession of a dangerous drug, theft and harassment by phone. Jail records show all of the charges were outstanding warrants issued by Los Angeles authorities. The arrest reportedly occurred when Farrar attempted to visit his 38-year-old girlfriend Charity Moore at the Collin County Sheriff's Office. "Adam Farrar came in to visit an inmate, and we arrested him at that time," Lt. John Norton of the »
- Jacqueline Andriakos
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