Latest Developments in Missing Showgirl Case
The case of the missing showgirl continues as INSIDE EDITION talks to the sister of Las Vegas dancer Debbie Flores-Narvaez.
There are stunning new developments in the search for a missing Las Vegas showgirl.
Jason Griffith, an ex-boyfriend who made a raunchy music video with the missing dancer, is facing criminal charges over an allegedly violent confrontation with her in October.
31 year-old Debbie Flores-Narvaez has been missing for ten days. She failed to turn up at rehearsals for a show at the Luxor hotel on the Las Vegas strip.
According to Griffith's arrest report, Debbie claimed Griffith pushed her down, kicked her and pulled her hair. She also told police she was pregnant with his child. He told police he never struck her.
Griffith says Debbie visited him the night she disappeared, but she was okay when she left to visit other friends. Police say he is not s suspect in her disappearance.
Debbie's sister has been helping in the search, recruiting other showgirls to canvas the Las Vegas strip for witnesses. She says Debbie would never just go off on her own without telling anyone.
Debbie's sister told INSIDE EDITION's Paul Boyd, "This is what she aspired to. This was her life. This was her passion. She wouldn't have left it for the world."
Boyd asked, "Do you feel that she's okay? Does your mind go to the worst case scenario?"
"I don't want to think about the worst case scenario. I have to believe I will bring her home," said Debbie's sister.
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