Rosie O’Donnell’s Teenage Daughter Was Found At The Home Of An Alleged Heroin Dealer She Met On Tinder
On Tuesday, Rosie O’Donnell busted an AMBER ALERT on Twitter after her 17-year-old daughter Chelsea and Chelsea’s therapy dog Bear had gone missing for a week. Chelsea has a mental illness and was off her meds, so a serious situation was really serious. Thankfully, Chelsea and Bear were found safe on Tuesday night after the cops got involved and pinged her burner cell phone.
People says that Chelsea’s cell phone led the cops to the home of 25-year-old Steve Sheerer in Barnegat, NJ. A source says that at first, Steve played dumb with the cop and said that Chelsea wasn’t at his house. But Steve seemed nervous and eventually let the cop into his house. The cop searched the house and found Chelsea and Bear hiding in the attic. She cooperated and left with the cops.
The cops apparently knew who Steve Sheerer was, because in 2012 he was charged with “charged with third-degree possession of heroin with the intent to distribute, third-degree possession of heroin, third-degree endangering the welfare of a child, and possession of drug paraphernalia” after he and a woman were pulled over. Cops found heroin in the car. They also had two kids with them in the car. Steve pleaded guilty to the welfare of a child charge. He served 53 days in jail in 2013 and was put on probation for the heroin possession charge.
The cops say that Chelsea and Steve met on Tinder, but they’re not dating. They’re just “acquaintances.”
Rosie O didn’t waste any time in airing Steve’s past on Twitter. Yesterday, Rosie tweeted Steve’s picture as well as his criminal history.
Sheerer charged wthird-degree possession of heroin with the intent to distribute, third-degree possession of heroin, pic.twitter.com/pxfvC5rJYc
— Rosie (@Rosie) August 19, 2015
The good news is that Chelsea is fine and so is Bear (who deserves a raise for the shit he has been put through).
This is also a warning to anyone who wants kids. One day when they’re a teenager, you may have to go to the police station to pick them up after they’re found hiding in the attic of a grown dude they met on Tinder. No, thank you. That sounds like a nightmare almost worse than your kid saying to you, “It’s my birthday and I want you to take me to the One Direction concert.”