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Leonardo DiCaprio's Missing Niece FOUND Safely, Authorities Confirm

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Jan. 30 2014, Published 12:46 p.m. ET

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Leonardo DiCaprio has been carrying a heavy burden this awards season, as his six-year-old niece Normandie Farrar was listed as missing by the Department of Justice. But now, can exclusively reveal that the little girl has been located by the authorities, and is safe and sound.

"I am happy to confirm that this child has in fact been found," L.A. County DCFS spokesman Neil Zanville tells exclusively. "It's great news. Beyond that, I can't really say much more. It's always a little delicate as our department is prohibited by state rules from disclosing case-specific information."

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"I can confirm for you that this child is a dependent of our juvenile court," he explains. "She was abducted on July 31, 2013."

As has reported, Normandie has been living on the run with her parents, DiCaprio's step-brother, Adam Farrar, and his girlfriend Charity Moore, the girl's mother.

When the couple were arrested on drugs, theft, and harassment charges earlier this month, relatives told that they feared for the toddler's safety.

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But Normandie's maternal grandfather, Don Moore, insisted she was fine.

"She's a beautiful child, and she's not 'missing,'" he previously told "She was with her mother, and where she is now is nobody's business."

But it was the court's business, and now she has been found.

To report other missing children, call the LA County Missing Children Hotline at 800-540-4000.



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