Leonardo DiCaprio‘s stepbrother is safe and sound — despite reports that he has gone missing.
The actor’s sibling, Adam Farrar, had been "untraceable for a month" since being released from a three-week stint in a Los Angeles prison, The Sun newspaper reported on Tuesday. He had been jailed for theft and breaking the rules of his probation from previous arrests.
However, a family source said the report is not true, telling RadarOnline.com: “He is not missing. Not at all. That is weird.”
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DiCaprio, 39, was said to “worried sick” about the whereabouts of his brother, a former actor, according to the report.
Farrar is the son of The Great Gatsby star’s stepmother Peggy, who married his father, George, when he was just one.