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Homemissing personsMissing songwriter who worked with Katy Perry found alive after months-long saga

Missing songwriter who worked with Katy Perry found alive after months-long saga

A Beverly Hills musician who co-wrote a Katy Perry song was found alive late last week after she disappeared over the summer.

No one had heard from Camela Leierth-Segura, who co-wrote “Walking on Air” with Perry, since June 29, and her car was last seen on a police camera leaving Beverly Hills, California, on June 30. 

Her friend, Liz Montgomery, said on Friday, “Camela has been found, and she is safe.”

“We would like to thank everyone for your support, we would not have found her without the public’s assistance. I can’t offer anymore details, but thank you!” Montgomery posted on Instagram. 

The musician was evicted around the same time she was reported missing and had been struggling to pay rent, according to her friend, who said Leierth-Segura’s silver 2010 Ford Fusion, along with her 19-year-old black cat, which “is like her baby,” were also missing. 

“She had mentioned it to all of us that she was having trouble; COVID definitely was not helpful for her because she’s a musician, model, actress, all that stuff,” Montgomery told the LA Times. “And there was no money coming in.”

Chris Eberhart is a crime and US news reporter for Fox News Digital. Email tips to chris.eberhart@fox.com or on Twitter @ChrisEberhart48.

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