(CMR) A family in Honduras is seeking the public's assistance in locating their family member in the Cayman Islands after she has “ghosted” them and changed her phone number. Dianna Lizzeth Perez Miller (Diana Miller) is being asked to contact her family immediately to assist with her daughter, Cindy Ebanks.
Her daughter has not heard from her in at least five months.
The 42-year-old mother of three is said to have abandoned her only remaining child in Honduras after her son was killed to gang violence back in 2014. She has one child in Cayman with her ex-husband here. We are told that Miller has Caymanian status via her mother, Ms. Ella Miller.
The urgent plea is being made because her 19-year-old special needs daughter has essentially been abandoned by her mother. The child's remaining relatives in La Ceiba, Honduras have reached out to CMR for assistance in this matter. Dennis Delmar Parchmont Ayala, explains that they have been left no other recourse than to contact Cayman Marl Road in an effort to reach Miller. He explained:
She needs special medication and her mom does not worry about it. The doctors have recommended more tests and we cannot afford to have it done. We are asking people for Diana to make contact. She has changed her phone number and if friends ask her about her daughter she tells them that she's fine, but she's very sick. She has abandoned her.Concerned uncle
He went on to explain that Miller has been a neglectful mother and the young lady has essential been homeless.
The heartwrenching story is that the child may be seriously ill and doctors are advising she needs further medical attention. Unfortunately, her father and uncle are struggling to assist her with their limited financial means. As a result, she had been struggling immensely.
CMR spoke directly with both brothers and her father explained the situation is dire. Loren Maharson Ebanks, the young lady's father said that she is sick and requires good medical attention as well as a relationship with her mother. He explained that he is trying to find himself a stable job in Honduras so that he can assist her more but so far they have been her only glimmer of hope. He shared:
I am trying to assist her as best I can but some things are up beyond my control and out of my reach. She cries every day about not being in contact with her mother.
Her uncle stated that she has been having epileptic seizures and has to take medication as a result. He has been caring with her in his home for some 4 months now but urgently needs Miller to make contact to do her part. Ayala does not have a full-time job but had to recently find funds to assist his niece.
The young lady has gone missing previously and he explained that he picked her up off the streets and is attempting to assist her where he can but is disappointed that her mother has made no efforts to assist her own child. Apparently, the young lady has been the subject of several news stories in Honduras already. Her mother also posted a social media Facebook message when she went missing in September 2018.
He explained that the young lady recently gave birth to a stillborn 5-month old baby boy and her mother has not been very supportive.
He explained that she has a legal obligation to continue to provide for the child because of diminished mental capacity. He did give Miller credit for initially sending money to Honduras twice after the stillbirth. However, she is inconsistent and has now completely lost contact with her daughter and those taking care of her in Honduras. She explains the daughter is also missing the relationship with her mother and the lack of affection and contact is also having a detrimental impact on her overall health.
If anyone is aware of how to reach Diana Miller – please make contact with CMR or her family in Honduras.