A MOM who was found dead in a ravine shared pictures of a horror black eye that she suffered - years before her mysterious disappearance.
Debbie Collier, of Georgia, revealed that she “face planted” on the sidewalk in December 2020.
Her right eye was swollen and her skin was grazed and bruised.
Collier, 59, vanished without a trace from her Athens home on September 10 before being found dead a day later.
Cops said Collier transferred more than $2,000 to her daughter Amanda Bearden via Venmo, according to a police report seen by the U.S. Sun.
But, the account was in her husband Steven’s name, according to FOX5.
Collier told Bearden: “They are not going to let me go, love you.”
She also told her that there was a key underneath a flower pot.
Collier also appears to share her Facebook account with Steven.
The mom was found in the woods grasping a small tree with her hand.
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Officers said her stomach appeared charred and they discovered the remains of a fire.
Detectives found a red tote bag and partially-burned blue tarp as they combed the scene for clues.
Collier left home in a rented Chrysler Pacifica car, carrying only her driving license and bank card.
Cops used radio technology to track the car and it was found near a highway around 60 miles from her home.
The vehicle was found off Highway 15 in Clarkesville.
Police said that cars “routinely” pulled over in the area, according to the report.
Bearden, who was “hysterical” at the scene, told detectives that her mom didn’t have any mental health issues. She also denied that Collier was suicidal.
Officers in Habersham County have concluded that the incident appears to be drug-related, but couldn’t confirm what substances were involved.
They ruled out that Collier was kidnapped.
Steven said he last saw his wife at around 9pm on September 9.
The couple reportedly slept in separate bedrooms as Steven was known for snoring, according to WSB-TV.
Neighbors have claimed a “commotion” occurred at her home the night before she vanished.
A woman, who wasn’t named, told The New York Post that there was “loud screaming” and “fighting”.
But, another neighbor, known as Ricky, described Steven and Collier as “reclusive”, adding that they wouldn’t come to cookouts held in the area.
Investigators are currently treating Collier’s death as a homicide.