The Internet is not ready to let go of the rumor that Grammy nominated gospel singer Marvin Sapp had something to do with Dr. Teleka Patrick's disappearance in Michigan.
Patrick, a 30-year-old medical resident at the Western Michigan University School of Medicine, went missing Dec. 5 and was last spotted leaving the Borgess Medical Center in Kalamazoo, Mich., around 8 p.m., according to MLive.com
. Her car was later discovered in a ditch in Indiana, about 100 miles away.
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During the course of the investigation, it was discovered that Patrick was somewhat obsessed with Marvin Sapp, a prominent Michigan gospel singer and pastor. The doctor reportedly sent Sapp more than 400 pages of correspondence, attempted to visit his home, and contacted his teenage children pretending to be his wife. Police also drudged up old tweets on Patrick's Twitter account where she wrote that God told her she was destined to marry Sapp, The Detroit News reported.
Court documents show that Sapp sought a personal protection order from Patrick about three months before her December disappearance, according to The Associated Press.
"He is nothing more than an innocent victim of stalking," Kalamazoo County Sheriff Richard Fuller told MLive.com of Sapp in January.
But that didn’t stop the Internet from devising conspiracy theories that painted Sapp as a suspect in Patrick's disappearance and presumed death.
"I heard that Marvin Sapp is currently the primary suspect in the case of the missing doctor, Teleka Patrick of Kalamazoo, Michigan," one viral email rumor circulated this week states, according to the Epoch Times.
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