Glee actress Naya Rivera 'goes missing' on a lake – with her four-year-old son found asleep and alone on rented boat

GLEE actress Naya Rivera has 'gone missing' on a lake – with her four-year-old son Josey found asleep and alone on a rented boat.

Ventura County Sheriff's deputies found the little boy shortly before 5pm on Lake Piru, Southern California.

TMZ have confirmed that Naya was not on the boat, with sources telling the publication that Josey told authorities that his mother had "jumped into the water but didn't come back up".

Divers searched the lake until nightfall, but were unable to find the 33-year-old actress.

The search is expected to resume after sunrise in the US today.

Naya's lifejacket is reported to have still been on the boat when Josey was found asleep.


He is now safe with family members, with Josey's dad Ryan Dorsey – who Naya divorced in 2018.

FOX11 in Los Angeles have reported that Naya's car was found parked close to the boat rental company – with her handbag still inside.

According to reports, the local Sheriff has said that the star is "presumed dead".

In a cryptic final tweet, Naya had shared a photo of herself kissing Josey on social media, adding the caption: "Just the two of us" on Tuesday.


Less than a week ago, the Santana Lopez actress said that "tomorrow isn't promised" when posting a selfie to Instagram.

Posing in a simple white shirt with natural make-up, Naya wrote: "No matter the year, circumstance, or strife's, every day you're alive is a blessing.

"Make the most of today and every day you are given. tomorrow is not promised."

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