Former RHOC star Tammy Knickerbocker says missing daughter Lindsey is alive

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Tammy Knickerbocker believes her missing daughter, Lindsey, is alive.

The “Real Housewives of Orange County” alum, 59, said in a new interview that she has spoken to the 34-year-old on the phone.

“She has called me but really won’t tell me where she is,” Knickerbocker, 59, told Fox News on Sunday. “Thank God with all the amazing help she is alive. Still worried about where she is and the guy that is with her.

“Working on some plans hopefully to get her out,” she continued.

The former Bravolebrity, whose reality TV career lasted from 2007 to 2015, has been urging her social media followers to spread the word about her daughter’s disappearance since their “last contact” on Jan. 9.

“Worried about Lindsey, she is missing somewhere in Vegas, Henderson,” she wrote via Facebook earlier this month. “Any knowledge of her please contact me. Thank you.”

Knickerbocker’s other daughter, Megan, has also posted pleas for help on the platform.

Megan told Facebook users that Lindsey “was scared for her life” when they last spoke, claiming, “No one has heard for her since. Absolutely gone without a trace.”

In previous conversations with Fox News about “weird” voicemails and Facebook messages allegedly sent by Lindsey, Knickerbocker noted that her child has battled “a lot of drug issues” over the years.

Lindsey was arrested in February 2022 for possession of methamphetamine, cocaine or heroin (less than 2 grams), possession of a forgery device and forgery in the first degree.

She was released from jail earlier this month after allegedly assaulting an officer for taking her dog.

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