Gospel singer Kelly Price has gone missing in Georgia shortly after being released from the hospital after battling COVID-19 TMZ has reported.
Per the outlet, officials in Cobb County have listed Price as a missing person following a welfare check conducted at her home last Saturday.
Authorities have found no evidence of foul play and have also talked to Price’s boyfriend at their home. However, she is now being listed as a missing person with the National Crime Information Center.
According to Price’s family, she was admitted to the hospital after testing positive for COVID back in July and then later was moved to the ICU as her condition began to worsen.
Price posted on social media on July 29 about her condition and went to the hospital a week later.
Her family spoke with the outlet and revealed, “They were in touch with Kelly while she was in the hospital in early August, and her children visited her several times.” However, 3 weeks after she was admitted they were blindsided and her “kids got the call that she’d been discharged, which was surprising because she was apparently still not fully healthy.”
Price has not been heard from since and cops told the family that the boyfriend is allegedly keeping friends and family away from her home.
Now, she’s officially considered missing, and there’s an active investigation to find her.