Somewhere along the way we've allowed a certain mentality to creep in which implies that "anything and everything is permissable" in Sikhi. At the same time, an opposing idea that a Sikh who rallies against this mentality; who wishes to adhere to a framework of belief and edicts is labelled as orthodox or extreme has also taken hold. Basically, following rules is intolerant, oppressive, and ungodly, whereas just "being" is godly. It's the same pattern that's beginning to tear at the fabric of humanity across the globe. So in that sense we aren't alone. But in our unique situation, it's our duty to provide solutions to these problems that originate outside of religious circles.
Sounds like she is bipolar. She is using social media to ride the high wave out. Soon it will flip and the dark and insecure person will come out. Don't feed the troll and she will have nothing to go on.
Honestly when I first read of her disappearing a few days back on facebook sikh channel page, I thought she too was a victim of those grooming gangs
although she sound like "princess" of a rich dad because she was in news everywhere and i think they just don't advert missing people like that in media for free. its $$$$ , isn't it ?