Despite a missing-person complaint, singer Kelly Price is safe.
Kelly Price, the subject of a missing-person complaint, is safe, according to a spokesman for the Grammy winner.
The 48-year-old R&B and gospel legend was reported missing following her discharge from a Georgia hospital where she was treated for COVID-19.
On Sept. 18, authorities conducted a welfare check at her residence and discovered she was not there. Price was listed as a missing person in Cobb County.
However, Price’s attorney, Monica Ewing, informed TMZ on Friday night that her client is not missing and is recovering at an undisclosed location from COVID-19. Ewing stated that she intended to inform authorities that Price was fine.
Price is a Far Rockaway, Queens, native who now resides in the Atlanta region. His platinum-certified albums include “Soul of a Woman” and “Mirror Mirror.”