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Disney Employee Was ‘Distraught’ Over Coerced Threesome Before She Disappeared!

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New evidence has come forth in the search for a Disney cruise worker who disappeared six years ago while out at sea. Rebecca Coriam, 24, was employed as a childminder when she vanished from the Disney Wonder vessel in March 2011 as the vessel was near Puerto Vallarta in Mexico.

Her family have had their fears that she was murdered after being coerced into sex, yet Disney has maintained that it was more likely she was ‘swept overboard by a freak wave’.

Now it has been claimed that she was involved in a threesome with colleagues on the ship which left her ‘traumatized’ only hours after she had turned up missing.

 

According to the new found reports, Miss Coriam supposedly had a threesome with American Tracie Medley and Honduran National Deven Hyde.

Private investigators told the paper the alleged threesome happened in Hyde’s cabin, and it was the ‘first time Miss Coriam had sex with a man’, which may have left her ‘distraught and traumatized’.

Miss Coriam was believed to be in an ‘intense and passionate’ relationship with Miss Medley and became jealous when she noticed that she was getting closer to Mr. Hyde, according to witness on the ship. Disney’s ship Head of Security Mark Rotherham said Miss Coriam was given the ultimatum. The ‘only way to be with her girlfriend’ was to have a threesome by Mr. Hyde.

Rotherham continued:

‘Rebecca was very, very uncomfortable with it, but she did it anyway. I think it was her first time sleeping with a man’.

Daily Mail:

She was last seen on CCTV wearing men’s clothing at around 6 am on the day of her disappearance and was pictured holding her head and looking distressed. According to The Sun, she was talking to colleague Tracy O’Brien, from Liverpool, via the intercom system.

Miss O’Brien told investigators:

‘Bex called me crying. She said they’d asked her to do a threesome. I told her not to go back to them and to go to bed. She stopped crying. I told her I’d talk to Tracie about it in the morning as I always had to talk to her when they were arguing with each other.’

Her body was never found and although suicide has been suggested as a theory, her parents Mike and Ann Coriam say they do not believe she killed herself as she had bought them tickets to go to Disneyland Paris, which they say is evidence she was ‘looking forward to the future’.

Staff on the ship said relationships between crew members were common because people could ‘be who they wanted to be’ but that many of them were kept secret over fear they could lose their jobs. As previously reported, her parents, from Chester, along with maritime expert and family spokesman Bill Anderson, strongly suspect Rebecca was murdered following a sex attack.

Two of Coriam’s best friends visited her parents after she went missing, and said their friend had contacted them crying, stating she had fears of being raped or sexually attacked while on the ship, yet even with the evidence unfolding, Disney Cruises has always maintained the student was swept overboard.

Hopefully investigators are getting closer to the truth of what really happened to this young lady.

 

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