Tea Wright Finger Wiki – Tea Wright Finger Bio
Tea Wright-Finger disappeared after posting disturbing videos, including a chilling clip showing images of her bloodied and bruised face.
The body of a missing teenager was found in a remote bush who mysteriously disappeared after posting some alarming videos on TikTok on Sunday, October 16. Tea Wright-Finger, 19, who had posted the disturbing videos, including a chilling clip showing images of her bloodied and bruised face, was found dead 600 meters from a Toyota Prado car in an isolated area of woods on Thursday, 1 December. Police said in a statement that they are not treating the death as suspicious, adding that a report will be made to the coroner, according to The Sun.
Tea Wright-Finger died at the age of 19 years old.
Missing & Body Found in a Remote Bushland
The teen reportedly disappeared after friends dropped her off outside Richmond in a Toyota Prado on Sunday, October 16. In an effort to find Tea, authorities conducted a massive search operation. They used all-terrain buggies, helicopters, and local guides to access the inaccessible terrain. With still no sign of Tea after nine days, the search in Richmond, Queensland was called off. However, a helicopter discovered the stolen blue Toyota Prado linked to her disappearance on Thursday morning. Queensland Police said: “Police have spoken with Tea’s family and we extend our deepest condolences to her family and loved ones of hers.”
In a strange twist of fate, Tea professed her love for the remote hinterland in a spooky video she shared less than two weeks before she disappeared. She captioned a selfie, “I’m not feeling too good, I want to go home,” before adding a series of snaps of herself enjoying the outdoors explaining that it was where she felt at “home.”
In another TikTok video that she shared on her 19th birthday, she told her followers that “sometimes it’s okay to feel lost.” “She always takes risks in life, you never know when she’s going to end it,” she said in the video. “You always have to work hard to get what you want, no one is going to let you. If people want you in their life, they will make time for you.”
Many send their condolences to her dear friend on her TikTok account. One wrote: “Rest in peace beautiful girl.” Another wrote: “I prayed every day that you would let someone know you’re okay and get back on your feet. Rest in peace, tea.” A third commented: “Rest in peace Tea. I’m sorry for everyone’s loss.”
On Wednesday, November 30, Queensland Police released a dramatic video showing the moment police located the blue Toyota that had been stolen. A gloved hand opens the car’s front passenger door as officers approach on video, revealing an open glove box with a pink package inside.
The Toyota, found 700 miles away on Proserpine, was reported stolen on October 14, two days before Tea went missing.
Police had previously investigated the possibility that she may have traveled to the Northern Territory, where she had previously worked as a laborer. Days before she disappeared, Tea was caught on security camera at a Richmond gas station. In the video, she is seen getting ready to pay for a bottle of juice as she wears a light pink and purple dress and a pair of sandals.