Miss World Teen Delia Emily Castillo, 17, says she WASN’T kidnapped after Amber Alert issued

MISS World Teen Delia Emily Castillo said she wasn’t kidnapped after an Amber Alert was issued after her disappearance.

Castillo, 17, was reported missing in the northern Mexican city of Hermosillo, Sonora, on Tuesday, however, she took to Facebook days later and said she had run away from her mother voluntary.

Miss World Teen Delia Emily Castillo 17-year-old said she wasn't kidnapped after Amber Alert

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Miss World Teen Delia Emily Castillo 17-year-old said she wasn’t kidnapped after Amber Alert
She wrote on Facebook that she ran away from her mother because she 'wanted to put her in a mental hospital'

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She wrote on Facebook that she ran away from her mother because she ‘wanted to put her in a mental hospital’

Castillo, who is originally from Mexico, but a resident of Las Vegas, Nevada, was reported missing after her mother said she did not find her in the car they left her in while they stepped into a restaurant to buy a meal.

The 17-year-old took to Facebook after news got out that she may have been kidnapped, and said she ran away because “her mother wanted to lock her up in a mental hospital”.

At the time, Castillo’s mother, Rosa Castillo, told Diario Del Yanqui that her daughter decided to stay inside the car while they went inside to get food.

“I was in San Pedro and I got out of the vehicle to use the restroom and we entertained ourselves by ordering a meal and I asked her if she wanted to to eat,” Rosa’s told the outlet.

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Castillo, 17, was reported missing by her mother after she disappeared from the car she was waiting in when her parents went inside a restaurant to buy a meal

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Castillo, 17, was reported missing by her mother after she disappeared from the car she was waiting in when her parents went inside a restaurant to buy a meal

“She told me no she wasn’t hungry. So we entered the restaurant and when we left she wasn’t in the car. From that point we didn’t know anything,” the mother added.

The mother said that same day she notified official in Hermosillo about her daughter’s disappearance and an Amber Alert was issued.

El Universal reported that the 17-year-old was seen going into a store asking for directions to the nearest bus terminal before she headed toward the Nogales International Bridge.

The Sonora state prosecutor’s office said Castillo walked over the bridge and crossed into the Arizona border city of Nogales at around 5pm Wednesday.

Castillo ran away in Mexican city of Hermosillo, Sonora

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Castillo ran away in Mexican city of Hermosillo, SonoraCredit: Facebook / Emily Castillo

At the time the news was issued about her daughter’s sighting, Rosa said, “Until I see her all of this is just assumptions.”

Officials contacted their United States counterparts after issuing an Amber Alert.

The Miss World Teen contestant logged into her Facebook account Thursday and issued a statement about her “disappearance”.

“Letting everyone know I’m safe and I don’t need help or any type of medical assistance I was not kidnapped.

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Castillo is originally from Mexico, but is a resident of Las Vagas, Nevada

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Castillo is originally from Mexico, but is a resident of Las Vagas, Nevada

“I stepped away from my mother because she tried to put me in a mental hospital in Mexico,” the 17-year-old wrote.

The post has since been deleted from her account.

At the time of her disappearance, Rosa told El Dario del Yaqui that she was worried about her daughter’s mental condition and decided to take her to Hermosillo to seek professional help.

“I’m trying to communicate with her friends to find out if Delia sent them a message or if they know something, because they have told me that she’s active on the [social media] networks,” the mother told the outlet on Wednesday.

“But I don’t know if it’s really her, because she no longer answers calls or messages.”

At the time, Rosa sought the publics help when she published a message for help on her Facebook page.

“Please help me find my daughter. Share this message on your profile and if you have any information let us know or call the police, thank you very much,” Rosa wrote.

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