Courteney Cox, Hired a Private Investigator for Distant Boyfriend?
Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid have called off their engagement and ended their relationship all due to Cox's suspicion of his cheating. Sources claim Cox felt that McDaid was becoming distant and even hired a private investigator to do a little dig and confirm her suspicions, thus leaking to the breakup. Like Us on Facebook The former Friends star met and fell in love with her now ex-fiance in a matter of months. The two reportedly only dated for six months before getting engaged back in June 2014, according to E Online. Now, after a 17-month engagement, the relationship is officially over and according to InTouch Weekly the split was partly due to some major trust issues. According to the site, Cox really did not want to end the relationship, but she did because she felt that McDaid was beginning to distance himself from her and spending a lot of time in England without her. According to a source, Cox believed her beau was beginning to lose interest in her and he may have been cheating her. The distrust became such an issue for Cox that she even hired a private investigator to do a little digging to see if she was correct in her suspicions. Although the report neither confirmed or denied whether or not McDaid was found to have been cheating on the 51-year-old mother of one, Cox did at that time call off the relationship, but only to get back together again. As of now, it doesn't appear that the two will be reconnecting anytime soon and could have already put their best foot forward in trying to "fix" the problems in the relationship. According to InTouch, the couple already sought counseling, but were still unable to move past the trust issues in their relationship. The couple announced their engagement on Twitter, and continued to post several other photos together on their social media sites throughout their relationship..
Private Investigator firm takes on DeOrr Kunz Jr. case
IDAHO FALLS — A Texas firm has been retained to investigate the disappearance of DeOrr Kunz Jr. Klein Investigations and Consulting of Nederland, Texas, said it has been hired to investigate the case starting Monday, Nov. 23, according to a news release. The toddler went missing on July 10, near a campsite in Lemhi County. Despite numerous searches by local law enforcement and the FBI, investigators still don’t know what happened to the 2-year-old boy. The firm said it agreed to take the case after fully reviewing it and visiting with family members. “This case is a very sensitive and highly volatile case, which has many in the public very upset and vocal,” senior investigator Philip R. Klein said. “We want the public to know that we are coming into the case ‘cold’ with no preconceived ideas or notions. We will allow the evidence to take us where the evidence takes us.” The firm is asking for the public’s help in the investigation. An information line has been established at (409) 729-8798 ex. 3. Tips can also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. EastIdahoNews.com reached out to the Kunz family on Monday. “As a family we are going to do anything possible to find my son,” DeOrr Kunz Sr. said in a statement. “We have faith we will bring him home. We want answers to what happened that horrific day he went missing.”
Families of missing, murdered daughters use GoFundMe to hire private investigators
The families of two slain women have grown tired of waiting for answers from police, and have launched GoFundMe campaigns to raise money to pay for private investigators. "Our family needs answers and closure now, your donations will help us reach our goal in bringing Jennifer Catcheway home," Bernice Catcheway, Jennifer's mom, wrote on her GoFundMe page, which went up Sunday and aims to raise $100,000. "My heart can only express how much I appreciate your gift. As a mother I call on you for your financial support as soon as possible. A private investigator will give us a peace of mind knowing that Jennifer's case is continuing forward."