Influencer fined for filming search for Nicola Bulley
An influencer on social media, Dan Duffy, has been fined for his involvement in the search for missing mother Nicola Bulley.
The Lancashire Police arrested Duffy, who posted a video of his arrest on his YouTube channel, Exploring with Danny. The police issued him a fixed penalty notice under Section 4 of the Public Order Act. Duffy had posted several videos on TikTok and YouTube regarding the search for Ms. Bulley, who disappeared on January 27 after dropping off her two daughters at school.
In previous videos, Duffy had stated that he had searched for her in people's backyards at night. No one else received a penalty in relation to the missing mother.
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