Naya Rivera latest news: Glee star's son 'watched her disappear beneath water of Lake Piru' as search continues

GLEE star Naya Rivera was reported missing on Wednesday afternoon when her boat was seen drifting at Lake Piru, north-west of Los Angeles.

The 33-year-old is believed to have drowned in a 'tragic accident' while boating with her young son, police say.

Her son, 4, was found asleep on board and told police they went swimming but his mother did not return.

Search teams are hunting for her body but conditions are difficult as visibility in the lake is low. Police have warned it could take weeks to find a body, if it can be found at all.

We have the latest news and updates on the search for Naya Rivera…

  • NAYA'S EX-HUSBAND RYAN DORSEY SEEN VISITING GLEE STAR'S MOTHER IN LA

    Naya Rivera’s ex-husband Ryan Dorsey headed to her mum’s home as the search for the actress continues.

    Ryan, 36, was spotted keeping his head down as he arrived at her mum’s home in LA, armed with food and bags, while the search continues.

    Ryan – who split from the Glee star in 2017 – rushed to his son’s side after his ordeal.

    His housemate told Mail Online: “Ryan headed up there as soon as their son was found to look after him. He was gone by the time I got home Wednesday.

    “It’s a horrible circumstance and we’re hoping for the best.”

  • SHERIFF'S OFFICE BATTLING POOR CONDITIONS AS UNDERWATER SEARCH CONTINUES

    Ventura County Sheriff's Office have revealed they been battling poor visibility as the underwater search continued.

    Theforce shared footage from one of the cameras they had been using on their official Twitter account..

    It shows how murky the water is at a depth of 30 feet– but the lake is nearly two miles long and 130-feet deep at some points.

  • POLICE FEAR NAYA'S BODY MAY BE 'ENTANGLED UNDERWATER'

    Police searching for missing Naya Rivera fear her body has become “entangled underwater” and may never be found.

    The Glee star, 33, disappeared from a boat on Lake Piru in California on Wednesday and local authorities subsequently launched an extensive search operation.

    The alarm was raised after her son Josey, four, was found alone on the boat hours later. She remains missing and presumed dead.

    Ventura County Sheriff's Office sergeant Kevin Donoghue told PA: “If the body is entangled in something beneath the water, it may never come back up. We don’t know.”

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