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Celebrities / LGBT PopWrapped | Celebrities

Donal Logue's Daughter Missing Since Monday

Olivia Kingery | PopWrapped Author

Olivia Kingery

07/02/2017 9:23 am
PopWrapped | Celebrities
Donal Logue's Daughter Missing Since Monday | logue
Media Courtesy of US Weekly

Donal Logue (Gotham, Grounded For Life, and Sons of Anarchy) is searching for his daughter who went missing on Monday. Jade Logue went missing from the Brooklyn/New York area and was last seen Monday around 2 p.m. Donal reported her missing at 1 a.m. on Tuesday morning, and the teen has still not been found. He posted on his twitter page a heartfelt message with a picture of Jade.  

Jade is a transgender female, on April 16th of 2016 she came out as a female and changed her name from Argo to Jade on several social media sites. She was afraid of becoming a target after announcing who she was, and wrote the following on social media:

The Logue Family urges Jade to come home

Kasey Smith, Donal’s ex-wife, also took to social media to spread awareness of her daughter’s situation. She also spoke to the Daily News about the situation, sharing “We obviously hope she's OK," Jade's mother, actress Kasey Walker, told the Daily News Wednesday. "We hope she's safe, and we're making every attempt and effort. I can't say anything more right now, just that we pray she's OK and safe.

How to help the search for Logue

Jade is taking medication to aide in the transition process but her mental state is stable and she is not of harm to herself. She was last seen wearing baseball cap, green hoodie, and an army style green jacket.

The police are urging you or anyone you know to call (800) 577-TIPS if you have information about Jade's whereabouts. Your call will be confidential and your help will be greatly appreciated.


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