"Gotham" actor Donal Logue enlists fellow actors to help find his daughter Jade
FOX/Michael Lavine(NEW YORK) — Gotham actor Donal Logue is continuing his search for his missing transgender daughter, taking to Facebook and Twitter to ask for the public’s help in finding 16-year-old Jade.
The actor, 51, who has already filed a missing persons report with the New York City Police Department, is now being supported by fellow actors and co-stars like Danny Trejo and J.W. Cortes.
Cortes, who is an actor and real-life police officer, posted a video on Twitter pleading, “We so desperately need your help … We are asking that you share, retweet, do whatever you can to spread the word that we need to get her home.”
Cortes implored his followers to use the hashtag “#JadeLogue” to track Jade’s whereabouts.
Logue, 51, also shared a recent picture of Jade with actor Gilles Marini on Twitter this morning. He captioned the photo: “Jade hanging out in Brooklyn with @GillesMarini. Jade, Gilles, Carole, Finn, Georges, yohji, #wantuback.”
In a video posted earlier in the week, Trejo pleads, “Whoever has Jade, please just drop her off anywhere … there will be no questions asked.”
Outside of the support he’s getting from the acting community, Logue and his ex-wife, Kasey Smith, who is Jade’s mother, shared contacts for John Walsh, a longtime national advocate for missing children.
“Any info on JADE LOGUE, please call 1-800-THE-LOST. @john_walsh for LEO’s, this child is MISSING-not a runaway- Special Category Missing,” Logue wrote.
Logue’s rep released a statement to ABC News earlier this week on Jade’s disappearance, noting the 16-year-old was last seen leaving home Monday afternoon on the way to Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Last week, Logue urged anyone with information on Jade’s whereabouts to contact NYPD Det. Frank Liuzzi at 718-636-6547.
— donal logue (@donallogue) July 5, 2017
— JW Cortés (@jwcortes) July 4, 2017
— donal logue (@donallogue) July 3, 2017
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