People’s Court Mom Missing

November 23, 2011 by staff 

People’s Court Mom Missing, The family of Michelle Parker asked volunteers to suspend their search overnight for the missing mother over concerns for their safety.

But, the search is far from over. Orlando police held a news conference late Tuesday morning reaffirming their pledge to find missing Orlando mother Michelle Parker.

The 33-year-old mother of three was last seen Thursday, the day she and her ex-fiancé, Dale Smith, appeared on an episode of “The People’s Court.”

Police said Smith is not a suspect in the missing mother’s disappearance.

One of the last people Michelle spoke with before she disappeared, her boyfriend Nate Mitchell, described their last communications.

There’s been a lot of talk about Michelle Parker’s violent relationship with her ex-fiancé Dale Smith and “The People’s Court” episode that aired the same day as her disappearance.

But, Parker was already moving on, according Mitchell, and she was happy in a blossoming, new relationship when she disappeared.

A sea of volunteers, friends and family have been tirelessly searching for Parker for five days now, and every step of the way Nate Mitchell has been there.

He’s the man who says he recently started dating the girl of his dreams.

“She’s a gorgeous girl, her personality, she’s funny, she’s a blast to be around, you can see the support with everybody that comes out, everybody loves Michelle,” said Mitchell.

He was in contact with her Thursday after she dropped off her twin 3-year-olds at her ex-fiancé’s home.

“Around 3:15, she texted me a song came on the radio and I was thinking about you, then I replied back with a smiley face and a heart,” said Mitchell, adding that when he texted her later, he got no response.

She didn’t show up for work that night at the Sanford bar where they met, and the next day police found her abandoned Hummer at an apartment complex near the Mall at Millenia.

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