The family of a Fort Worth woman says they haven't seen her since January 1st.
They now fear the worst.
21-year-old Jasmine Adams told her family she was going to live with a man she met two months earlier.
Her family later learned that man is Brandon Sampson who's a wanted murder suspect in another woman's disappearance.
"I did not know. If I would've known, I wouldn't have let her go," said Lora Bacy, Adams' mother.
New Year's day Adams said I love you to her mother, sister and brother, then left.
Bacy says days went by, and no one talked to Adams, but she continued to post on social media, until January 6th.
All this time, Bacy had no idea that Sampson was a murder suspect in the disappearance of another woman, 34-year-old Jacqueline Hughes, who disappeared on Christmas day.
Dallas Police found her body in Sampson's Oak Cliff garage January 9th.
It wasn't until Wednesday, January 17th, when police issued a warrant for his arrest, that Bacy got a knock on her door in Fort Worth.
"I had to ask them, are y'all for real? Are y'all serious? They just stood there and looked serious, so I knew it was real," said Bacy.
Dallas Police are now also trying to locate Adams.
Looking back on the day she moved out, Adams' mother now believes Sampson coerced her into leaving.
She wasn't her bubbly, outgoing self.
She was supposed to start school to pursue a degree in business on the 8th.
"It was just so sudden and she didn't seem sure," said Bacy.
Adams' family believes she's being held against her will.
"You need to get home immediately. Just come home," said her sister, Alexius LeBlanc.