10 Jan, 2018 @ 10:43
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Missing British expat filed denuncia against husband for violence the day before disappearing from Marbella

MISSING: Rebecca

A BRITISH expat who has been missing from Marbella for more than a week had filed a denuncia against her husband the day before she disappeared, it has been revealed.

Rebecca Muldoon, 35, filed the report of gender violence with the Policia Nacional in Marbella on January 1.

She was due to appear in court the next day to confirm her complaint, but never arrived.

Her neighbours raised the alarm to the police after realising her two children, aged 8 and 11, were alone at the house.

The housewife, from Southend, moved to Marbella from Los Angeles last year with her two children, and she may be vulnerable.

Friends told the Olive Press how the Brit suffered a breakdown in 2017, but that she was responding very positively to treatment and was ‘doing well’.

“I don’t know what went so wrong that she left the kids,” friend Stephanie Dalrymple told the Olive Press, “It’s totally unlike her, she has never done something like this before.”

“Her sister is frantic,” added Stephanie, “We are trying to find out where she was last seen to piece some clues together.”

The children have been taken back to the UK to be with their aunt while the search for Rebecca continues.

If you have seen Rebecca, contact the police in Marbella or email [email protected].

Laurence Dollimore

Laurence has a BA and MA in International Relations and a Gold Standard diploma in Multi-Media journalism from News Associates in London. He has almost a decade of experience and previously worked as a senior reporter for the Mail Online in London.

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