Jeremy Jordan has announced some great news – his cousin Sarah has been released from the anti-gay boarding facility where she has been allegedly held against her will.
“Great news! She’s out! In 5 days, you helped Sarah get released! Details on the GFM page. THANK YOU,” the 31-year-old Supergirl actor tweeted.
Jeremy‘s family gave more details on the GoFundMe page they created to help pay for their legal costs in trying to get Sarah removed from the facility.
“We have just been informed that Sarah has been released from the facility. We don’t know the details, but we believe that this page, and the willingness of you all to share Sarah‘s story had a great deal to do with this,” the family wrote in an update on Thursday (June 9). “We don’t yet know what this means for the legal case — we need to consult with our attorney and, when we are able, with Sarah about how or whether to continue. In the interim, we are not requesting additional donations at this time. As we’ve previously stated, if the lawsuit terminates, we will use all of the money that you so generously contributed to pay accrued legal bills for our lawyer and Sarah‘s. If there are any funds left over, they will be placed in a trust for Sarah to help her with life”s next steps so that she can attend college and lead a normal life being who she is and loving whom she chooses.”
The GoFundMe campaign has raised over $64,000 so far.