Olivia Newton-John’s ex-boyfriend Patrick McDermott (proper) was reportedly noticed in Mexico after vanishing 12 years in the past.
Olivia Newton-John’s ex-boyfriend, who vanished 12 years in the past throughout a fishing journey, was reportedly noticed alive in Mexico.
Patrick McDermott, a cameraman from the U.S., vanished after a fishing journey on June 30, 2005. The Coast Guard concluded in 2008 that McDermott “most likely drowned,” the New York Daily News reported.
However, Dateline and America’s Most Wanted believed McDermott disappeared to keep away from paying cash he owed, together with hundreds in youngster badist, Action News Jax reported.
New Idea reported an image of a person at a Mexican campsite seemed to be McDermott.
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“The widow’s peak is precise. The eyes are very comparable and the ears prolong down on the top in the identical distance. I imagine it’s him,” Charlie Parker, a personal investigator, advised New Idea.
This was not the primary time McDermott has been noticed. In 2010, investigators reportedly found McDermott close to Puerta Vallarta, the Daily News reported.
Newton-John advised Australia’s “60 Minutes” final 12 months McDermott’s disappearance was tough, Action News Jax reported.
Olivia Newton-John mentioned Patrick McDermott’s disappearance was tough.
“It was very hard; he was lost at sea, and nobody really knows what happened,” she mentioned.
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“It’s human to wonder. But you know, those are the things in life you have to accept and let go. Because whenever you go through difficult times, there’s always those concerns,” she mentioned.
Olivia Newton-John married John Easterling in 2008.
“But I live on. And of course questions come up, always; it’s human,” the “Grease” star concluded.
Newton-John and McDermott had been an on-and-off couple for about 9 years. The Australian actress married her second husband, John Easterling, in 2008.