The latest development in the missing Orlando mom Michelle Parker's case seems to be the emergence of a voice mail.
Parker's family released the voice mail. In the mail, left by Michelle Parker for her dad, Parker is heard as saying, Hey Dad ... it's about 8:40. This is Michelle on Wednesday morning, she said on the voicemail. I know that you're at work, but call me when you have lunch or you have break or the end of your day, ABC News reported.
Parker's black Hummer was located on the very next day of her disappearance from near the Mall at Millenia, about eight miles from the Waterford Lakes area.
Michelle Parker, 33, disappeared more than a week ago after appearing on the show The Peoples' Court, an arrangement that was supposed to settle down the dispute that Parker and her ex-boyfriend Dale Smith had over an engagement ring.
In the show, Parker and Smith were seen arguing upon the settlement of the payment for the $5,000 engagement ring that Parker tossed away during one of their fights. The judge ruled the two should split the cost.
Along with the voice mail, the family has also released some more photos of her, hoping that someone would be able to recognize the missing mother of three.
The nine-second voice message was left by Parker, apparently a day before her disappearance.
On Nov. 17, Parker went missing after dropping her 3-year-old twins at their father Dale Smith's house. Smith's house was the last place where Parker was seen.
Police have not named Smith as a suspect. Although Smith and Parker did have differences and had a bitter relationship, Smith is described by Parker's family as a dedicated and loving father who cared for Parker, even when the two didn't get along.
Parker's family and volunteers searching for her spent Thanksgiving Day worrying about the missing woman.
Michelle's sister, Lauren Erickson, said she was still optimistic about her sister.
I'm thankful that my sister has not been found in a bad way, because every day that doesn't happen, I still have hope that she's still out there somewhere, she told ABC News.
Hundreds of volunteers have come forward to search for Parker and have covered a two-mile radius from a tower that transmitted the last call sent from her phone, according to the Orlando Sentinel.
Parker was using an iPhone, and it has still not been found.
Parker has an 11-year-old child from a previous relationship and was happy being in a new relationship with a man named Nate Mitchell.
Angela Launer, Parker's friend, told ABC News that the last time she had spoken to Parker was Thursday morning. Launer knew Parker was supposed to bar tend that night after dropping the children at Smith's house.
Parker's family was alarmed only when the 11-year-old child of Parker reported to the family that he had not found his mother, upon coming back from school.
I'm here to tell you for a fact that she would not come home to her 11-year-old son, Launer told ABC News. She would never have taken off, done that to her brother, sister or mother. ... That's why we're crying every day. Every time it gets dark, that's another day that's gone by without her.
Parker's brother Dustin texted her Thursday asking her where she was, to which, he got an immediate response. It was one word: Waterford. The style of messaging alarmed Launer.
She would never have texted back 'Waterford.' Her texts are a book. In every text that she would send, she would have xo's, smiley faces, hearts, Launer said. I personally do not think that was from her, not at all for one second, because she wouldn't have said that.
Launer described Parker as a responsible and loving mother who juggled between three jobs to support her children, bartending, working a tanning business and as a hair dresser, the report said.