Eight years after a 20-year-old went missing, a heartbroken family has still not received any answers, and a married couple is currently serving a 30-year prison sentence related to the crime.
Following the discovery of Heather Elvis’ automobile at a boat dock in South Carolina in 2013, it is unknown where she is now.
Sidney Moorer, who, along with his wife, is serving a 30-year sentence for her kidnapping, had been seeing Heather for some months.
The Tilted Kilt restaurant in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, is where Heather allegedly first met Sidney.
Sidney, who was married and had three children, and Heather were open about their relationship, according to ABC News.
Heather was frequently made fun of and called several names by the girls we worked with, according to her former roommate Brianna Kulzer.
In October 2013, two of Heather’s coworkers played a practical joke on her by calling and posing as Tammy, Sidney’s wife.
Heather and Sidney had been seeing each other for around three months at that point.
Tammy herself phoned Heather not long after Heather had the joke call.
Tammy “belittled” Heather, according to Kulzer, who also alleged that Sidney had been using her as a “booty call.”
Tammy allegedly continued to harass Heather after that initial call, posting “disparaging comments” on her social media, according to prosecutor Chris Helms.
“Tammy was relentless,” friend Kulzer said.
“She would call [Heather] nonstop for hours and hours and hours.
“She would call off of Sidney’s phone.
“She was sending pictures of her and Sidney performing sexual acts, videos of the two of them together. I guess, kind of, to taunt Heather.”