Kidnapping Charge Filed In Heather Elvis Case
TAMMY, SIDNEY MOORER CHARGED IN HIGH PROFILE DISAPPEARANCE
Both individuals arrested last week in connection with the December disappearance of 20-year-old Heather Elvis have been charged with kidnapping, according to booking files posted by Horry County (S.C.) authorities.
Tammy Moorer, 41, was originally charged with two counts of indecent exposure and one count of obstruction of justice. Her husband Sidney Moorer, 38, received identical charges.
That was Saturday, though … on Sunday, kidnapping was added to the list of charges against the couple.
Elvis was last seen on December 17. Her car – a green 2001 Dodge Intrepid – was discovered two days later at a boat landing near Socastee, S.C.
Elvis was believed to have been involved in a romantic relationship with Sidney Moorer in the months prior to her disappearance. In fact according to a reporter who claims to have interviewed Tammy Moorer a month ago, she stated that Heather Elvis and her husband had sex in her car “a total of three times.”
The Moorers have an open marriage – meaning they are allowed to have multiple sexual partners.
“(Sidney Moorer) ended it when he realized something wasn’t right about her,” Tammy Moorer told the reporter.
According to Tammy Moorer, Elvis initiated the sexual relationship with her husband.