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          PLAYING ‘People Started Calling Me A Murderer,’ Says Stepmom Of Missing Teen Karlie Gusé

          ‘People Started Calling Me A Murderer,’ Says Stepmom Of Missing Teen Karlie Gusé

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          March 25, 2019

          Karlie Gusé, 16, vanished from her home in rural Mono County California in the early morning hours of October 13, 2018. Her father, Zac, says he last saw her around 3:30 a.m., but her stepmother, Melissa, says she stayed with Karlie in her room all night.

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          Melissa claims that Karlie had admitted to smoking marijuana the previous evening and was acting scared and “paranoid.” The last time she saw her stepdaughter, says Melissa, was at 5:48 a.m. She claims that when she woke up around 7:15 that morning, Karlie was gone.

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          “This isn’t Karlie,” says Melissa, adding, “She’s not one to just leave – walk away from her family and not take a phone, not take her ID, not take anything with her.”

          The couple says that after they reported Karlie missing, authorities began searching their neighborhood and the nearby desert, and Melissa began posting livestream videos to Facebook. After several days, she says, “People started calling me a murderer.”

          Reportedly, three witnesses claimed to have seen a teenage girl fitting Karlie’s description walking in her neighborhood the morning she disappeared, but the teen remains missing.

          Zac and Melissa both say they believe that Karlie is still alive. She is described as being 5-feet-7 inches tall, 110 pounds, with brown hair and blue eyes.

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          If you have any information about the disappearance of Karlie Gusé, please call the Mono County Sheriff at 760-932-7549. Choose option #7.

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