'Yellowstone' Star Asks for Helping Finding Missing Nephew


Yellowstone star Mo Brings Plenty is asking the public for assistance finding his nephew who has gone missing.

The actor plays Mo on the Paramount Network hit and posted on Instagram on Tuesday a request for fans to be on the lookout for Cole “Coco” Brings Plenty, who hasn’t been seen since Sunday in Kansas.

Cole is wanted by police in relation to a domestic violence incident on March 31, according to the New York Post.

Mo posted a “missing” poster for the 27-year-old and noted, “ColeBringsPlenty drives a white Ford Explorer, last seen March 31st leaving the Lawrence area.” Cole had reportedly also turned off his cell phone.

Another Yellowstone actor, Finn Little (Carter), commented on the post, “Hope Cole is found safe and sound soon.”

Previously, Yellowstone star Cole Hauser (Rip) wrote on Instagram, “My good friend @mobringsplenty nephew is missing. He was last seen on Easter evening in Kansas City. If you have any information on his whereabouts please contact the below or your local police.”

Cole is also an actor and appeared in two episodes during of the Yellowstone spinoff 1923. He’s also appeared in the shows Into the Wild Frontier and The Tall Tales of Jim Bridger.





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