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Tuesday, February 2, 2010
Richardson was last seen in September when she was arrested one night for not paying a bill at an upscale Malibu restaurant. She was later released from the sheriff's station without her car, phone or any money. Deputies let her go without conducting a psychological evaluation when strong evidence indicated Richardson was having mental problems at the time. Richardson's father, frustrated, commented: "I've been begging. I've been pleading. I've been asking for all the help I can get. I haven't gotten anywhere."
The Sheriff's department is saying, in their defense, that Richardson did not seem mentally incapacitated to the point where they would deem a mental evaluation was necessary.
The multi-million dollar lawsuit is now pending.
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Here is a September 2009 report from MyFoxLA.com Channel 11