Arielle Kebbel's Sister Was Found Unharmed After Missing For Two Weeks Due To The Health Condition

Date March 16, 2018

Fifty Shades Freed actress Arielle Kebbel has recently found her 36-year-old sister who went missing at the end of January. As it turned out, Julia Kebbel suffered from the psychotic break before disappearing. She is now safe and thankful to everybody who helped her.


Missing sister

Arielle notified the police of sister’s missing at the beginning of February. She has also shared all the available information on her social media accounts, announcing that Julia was last seen walking her brown Labrador Retriever, Cindy Crawford, around 11 p.m. on January 31 in the Silver Lake area of Los Angeles.

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She asked her fans and also pedestrian people to inform about anything that might help find the missing sister.


Found relative

On March 13, Arielle posted another message on her Instagram, and this time those were the words of gratefulness from Julia.

She was found in the middle of February and is now claimed to be in satisfying condition:

My name is Julia Kebbel. I have bipolar disorder and suffered a severe episode at the end of January 2018. It led to me experiencing a psychotic break from reality, during which time, I went missing with my dog, Cindy.

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Arielle, her family, and friends are extremely thankful to everyone who helped in searches, especially to Los Angeles Police Department, KlaasKIDS, SERT Ministries, and Anonymity Rescue for taking Julia to her relatives.


Bipolar issue

Bipolar disorder is actually a problematic issue in modern society. It is stated that almost 3% of Americans suffer from rapid mood shifts, thinking difficulties, and energy burst.

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The condition, previously known as manic depression, should be treated with prescribed drugs and, if those fail to help, treated with specially designed therapy. Watch your mood, and in case you suspect yourself or the close ones of any symptoms, you should address the doctor for immediate help.

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