Camela Leierth-Segura, who co-wrote Katy Perry’s “Walking On Air,” vanished along with her cat in June
Camela Leierth-Segura, the 48-year-old Swedish songwriter and model who went missing in June days after she was evicted from her Beverly Hills rental, has been found.
Leierth-Segura, who was credited as a songwriter on the Katy Perry hit “Walking on Air,” was last seen on June 29, right around the time her landlord forced her out. Camela was last seen driving a 2010 Ford Fusion with California plate 6KZJ725 on June 30. She was with her elderly cat Morris when she was last seen.
Now her friend in Los Angeles says the songwriter has been found but declined to provide details.
“I wanted to share that Camela has been found, and she is safe,” wrote Liz Montgomery, who had urged her friend’s Beverly Hills neighbors to come forward with any information about the disappearance.”
The Instagram post continued: “We would like to thank everyone for your support, we would not have found her without the public’s assistance. I can’t offer anymore details, but thank you!”
As Los Angeles previously reported, the blonde 5-foot-10 Leierth-Segura slipped into financial chaos during the coronavirus pandemic, which hindered her ability to get modeling, acting and session work, according to friends. That instability purportedly led to her eviction with 19-year-old Morris, the cat.
With her disappearance, friends called authorities in California Attorney General Rob Bonta’s office, who added her photo to its website as a missing person.
In 2013, Leierth-Segura co-penned the Katy Perry single “Walking on Air,” a song that pop star once said was her favorite track from the 2014 album, Prism.
She is also a talented solo artist.
Source: Los Angeles Magazine