The disappearance of showgirl Debbie Flores-Narvaez has sent shockwaves through the Las Vegas entertainment community and left her family devastated.
“I can’t make anything of this right now. It’s not her. It’s not her to go missing. It’s not her to take a small vacation like this,” her sister Celeste Flores- Narvaez told reporters.
A beautiful brunette dancer in Luxor s steamy adult show Fantasy, as well as a go-go dancer at Palms Hotel s Rain Nightclub and a former Washington Redskins cheerleader, Flores-Narvaez, 31, was last seen Dec. 12 going to the home of her ex-boyfriend, Blu Griffith.
The next day, she didn’t arrive as scheduled at Fantasy and her maroon Chevy Prism was later found abandoned in Northeast Las Vegas. Police are not saying whether they believe foul play was involved.
Griffith confirmed to Celeste Flores-Narvaez that Debbie was at his home early that evening, but said she didn t stay long and was going to meet friends.
“He told me that she said she s been depressed for the past couple of days because it was the holidays and she wasn t around her family,” Celeste Flores-Narvaez told Fox News.
“Debbie was kind of private when it came to her personal life,” she added, “but I understand from almost all her friends that her relationship with Blu made her upset a lot.”
Las Vegas entertainers don’t know what yet to make of the case, but insist it isn t like Debbie Flores-Narvaez to simply disappear.
She s a really sweet girl, always happy, a Rain employee told PEOPLE. I don t think she ever called in sick or didn t show.