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Singer sends video message to 3 Tucson sisters

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Three Tucson sisters allegedly held captive in their own home have received another very special gift from their favorite celebrity.

They're getting a personal video message from the singer who they used to help cope with their captivity.

Enrique Iglesias has sent a short video to the girls who are now safely together in state custody.

Just before Christmas he sent them personalized photos that he signed.

Tucson Police reached out to him when they learned the oldest girl kept a picture of Iglesias.

The girls' mother, Sophia Richter, and her husband, Fernando, will be in court next month, facing numerous kidnapping and child abuse charges.

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