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Sister of Missing Fox Exec Gavin Smith Still Suspects Foul Play

According to Daniel Miller’s Hollywood Reporter interview piece with the wife and sister of missing Fox executive Gavin Smith, who mysteriously disappeared May 1, no helpful case info came out of a related June LASD search of a drug dealer’s home in West Hills.

In lieu of new developments, Smith’s 57-year-old wife Lisa says her sons can barely function while she has been unable to complete a recent and equally daunting task:

In late August, Gavin Smith’s remaining personal effects were quietly removed from his Calabasas office and delivered by the studio to his home. But Lisa says the boxes, which contain such items as framed family photos and golf trophies remain on her porch… “It’s been tough to bring them into the house,” says Smith.

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Gavin Smith Disappearance Crosses the Three-Month Mark

Media coverage of the the mysterious May 1 disappearance of Fox distribution executive Gavin Smith has all but ceased. For those tracking the case, the first place to turn these days is usually son Evan’s Twitter account:

The website findgavinsmith.com is not currently being updated and features a frustrating reader comments system that omits time-stamping, thus making it difficult to figure out which are the most recent contributions. NBCLA’s Patrick Healey filed a report last week about the case of a man whose home was searched in connection with the Smith disappearance, touching only peripherally on the matter.

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