More details on Elizabeth Thomas’s life on the run surface

FILE – In this undated file photo released by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations shows Tad Cummins in Tennessee. Anthony Thomas, the father of Elizabeth, a missing Tennessee teenager who vanished with Cummins, told WKRN-TV on Wednesday, April 5, 2017, “we all need you home.” He also urged teacher Cummins to turn himself in. Cummins and Elizabeth Thomas were reported missing on March 13. (Tennessee Bureau of Investigations via AP, File)

Elizabeth Thomas made international headlines when her notorious teacher Tad Cummins, uh, kidnapped her from Tennessee and fled across the United States. It, perhaps, wasn’t made public that Cummin’s had fled to a remote California cabin until the twosome were spotted by onlookers at the cabin, who, later deemed them unsuited to continue to be at the cabin entirely.

This is where it went sour.   The Daily News has learned that an onlooker at the camp in remote California, is, indeed the individual (who has asked not to be named)  that phoned police.   Initially,  the Black Bear Ranch,  indeed had no telephone or internet access, but  onlookers from outside the remote region indeed did.

Police say that while Tad is still awaiting extradition, Elizabeth, is currently receiving medical care as she has reportedly lost allot of weight. It was revealed in court documents that Cummins had stopped buying food, and, would often force her to resort in eating flowers and roaming around with other elderly naked men.

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