Tyler Perry Offers $200K For Information About Missing Persons


Filmmaker and actor Tyler Perry has doubled his reward for information about two missing Florida men.

Terrance Williams and Felipe Santos went missing several years ago after former Collier County deputy Steve Calkins picked them up in his squad car.

Attorney Benjamin Crump has now filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Calkins, alleging he is responsible for the disappearance of the two men and the alleged death of Williams.

The Gone Girl star has raised his reward to $200,000 (GBP155,500), because the $100,000 (£77,800) he offered in 2013 has not yielded any information, according to USA Today.

“No matter who you are, this has got to bother you,” Perry said at a press conference on Tuesday, September 04.

Written by Eugene Nyavor

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