Kelly Price’s Lawyer Says Singer Not Missing, Despite Claims From Family

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The family of gospel singer Kelly Price has reported her missing and says her boyfriend is refusing to allow them access to her, but her lawyer says that isn’t the case.

Kelly Price’s family has reported her missing in Georgia, but her lawyer is singing a different tune. 

Price’s legal representative Monica Ewing shared with BNC that she was very sick with COVID-19 and went to a “quiet place” to focus on recovery when she got out of the hospital. Ewing reportedly contacted Cobb County police to inform them of the news as well, per TMZ

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Price revealed on Instagram that she tested positive for COVID-19 on July 29 but was quarantining outside of the hospital. Her family confirmed she was eventually admitted and placed in the intensive care unit. 

The gospel singer allegedly discharged herself before she was completely healed and has since been completely out of touch with her family, which led to a welfare check being conducted at her home last Saturday. 

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There’s no word at this time on why the singer seems to be ignoring her family, but Ewing reaffirmed that Price is indeed safe and recovering from COVID-19. 

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