But one contestant was reported as missing to the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office, when in fact she was competing on the reality show. There are also a notable number of similarities between Martinez's profile on The Bachelor website, which went up January 1, and the official missing persons report on the Attorney General's website. "Her mother hadn't heard from her since November 12, 2017".
A post shared by bekah martinez? "Her mother hadn't heard from her since November 12, 2017". With the filming of the latest "The Bachelor" season starting on September 20, it's clear that she had to cut communication with the real world to be part of the show, but as Mashable speculates, she may have forgotten to let her own mom know about it.
Martinez was reported missing by her mother to the Humboldt Sheriff's Department back in November of 2017, coincidentally just around the time her season wrapped filming. The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office told the Journal that Martinez had reportedly gone to Humboldt County to work on a marijuana farm. While the footage would have been shot months earlier, surely production (or Bekah's mother) would have been in contact with her during the airing of the show.
Aside from her active social media presence, it's safe to say that this season's fan favorite is alive and thriving - if her show experience thus far is any indication.
Bekah Martinez, a contestant on this season of "The Bachelor", was featured on a list of missing people in the North Coast Journal. And sheriff's deputies hadn't been able to reach Martinez.
She took to Twitter Friday to bemoan the photo state officials used on their missing database.
Her information has since been removed. Daniel Ogden Stromberg also managed to find his name on the list through the Journal report. The newspaper asked readers if they recognized anyone in their collection of missing people, and Martinez was quickly recognized as a contestant on "The Bachelor".