As RadarOnline.com reported, Chelsea first made contact with her biological mother Micoley in November 2014. Micoley gave her up for adoption in 1997, and later told The National ENQUIRER, that she had given the child up against her will in a drug-induced stupor. O'Donnell's rep insisted the adoption was fully legit.
Micoley told RadarOnline.com that Chelsea had expressed a desire to meet as recently as August 8 -- just days before she was last seen publicly. These texts, initially published by The ENQUIRER, were sent late last year.
Micoley, seen here, told RadarOnline.com that the teen had expressed interest in meeting her in Wisconsin just over one week ago, but that she did not know she was missing. Police say she has not yet been officially classified a missing person.
O'Donnell has always "encouraged" Chelsea's contact with Micoley, her rep said.
The duo chatted on Facebook after connecting in November 2014.
Micoley claimed these texts were from O'Donnell, and that she admitted "Chelsea has often been overlooked."
Finding her mother was all Chelsea "has wanted," O'Donnell allegedly texted Micoley when she surfaced last year.
Micoley told RadarOnline.com O'Donnell did not call her when the teen disappeared earlier this month.
O'Donnell allegedly told Micoley Chelsea was "not ready" to meet her after Christmas. But Micoley said by August she was open to the idea.
According to these texts, Micoley has been in therapy to deal with her family drama.
Now, Micoley is "extremely worried" about where the teen is.
Communications between Micoley and O'Donnell quickly seemed to grow tense.
Micoley claimed she has no idea where Chelsea is now.
O'Donnell and her rep insisted the adoption was totally legal, despite Micoley's claims she had been in a drug-induced haze.
Micoley claims she and O'Donnell texted back and forth for months but the actor did not tell her about Chelsea's disappearance. Those with information are instructed to contact the authorities at 845-358-0206 or 911.