Heartbreaking Picture Of Naya Rivera's Mother Visiting Lake Where She Went Missing

Brenda Watkins
July 12, 2020

Heather Morris wants to lend a helping hand.

Glee actress Heather Morris has offered to help search for her former co-star Naya Rivera.

The search for Naya Rivera is ongoing and the Ventura County Sheriff's Department is now revealing they will search the cabins surrounding Lake Piru in California.

Morris noted that she'd also left a message with the Department of Rescue and Air and was planning to call again soon.

Authorities have been searching for Rivera every day since Wednesday afternoon.

Dorsey, star of Blood Father, visited the Californian lake on Saturday for some reflection time.

Rivera's son was found alone and sleeping in a drifting boat on Wednesday and told authorities they had both gone swimming but his mother never returned.

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She has been presumed dead by authorities, but the search for her has not come up with anything.

Documenting their underwater search for Rivera, authorities shared video footage of their efforts on July 10, which highlighted the low visibility on the floor of the lake.

Detailing the conditions of Lake Piru, which have complicated the search, King says "it's not like typical waters, which are crystal clear, this is murky, cold lake water". Divers are using mechanical robots to aid in the hard search.

"The visibility in the water is one to two feet", Capt. Eric Buschow said during a Friday news conference, noting that the depth in the area being searched is up to 35 feet.

Morris and Rivera were closely linked on "Glee", playing cheerleader squadmates and eventual spouses Brittany Pierce and Santana Lopez.

Rivera and Morris both found fame on "Glee", where they started as supporting players but quickly became fan favorites.

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