Cuban mother condemns the alleged kidnapping of her 13-year-old daughter in Miami

Since last Friday, April 23rd, a 13-year-old teenager named Brianna has disappeared in Miami, her Cuban mother desperate for what she reported, who in her opinion is considered a kidnapping.

The young woman was last seen that day in the afternoon while riding in a blue Nissan.

“You know that I love you, you know what makes me suffer, don’t be afraid if you see this, I will not do anything for you, I want you at home, I love you and I need you.” Anna Jimenez said in front of the cameras, tears in her eyes in front of a local TV station: “There is no life here.” We don’t sleep, we don’t eat. “

According to this island story, last Friday, as usual, she went to find Brianna at school, they came home and then went out again to look for her other daughter.

At the time, Brianna took advantage of a Cuban mother’s negligence and left home to get in the aforementioned car.

“Brianna was a very good girl when she was a daughter and at school, I had no complaints about her. That was just shocking for us, at the moment there are no words for me to tell you how I feel.”

Brianna was last seen at 6020 Northwest and 13th Street in Miami, where she lives. The Cuban mother confirms that the car in which Brianna rode is unknown to her.

He explains in detail that he tried to call via cell phone, but that was impossible since his appearance.

“At first we thought she was with her boyfriend, she is not with her boyfriend. He has already been questioned, the groom’s family has been questioned. He is not her boyfriend, it means that they took her to me, someone that no one knows, not even me.”

The young lady could be dead

Anna also confirmed that they received a “terrifying” call at noon on Monday because someone told her that Brianna was “dead”.

“I don’t know if it was a joke, or if it was a joke, it was badly made, but at the moment I can’t think of jokes because I’m having a really bad time.”

Authorities are investigating the case, but they don’t have evidence yet.

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