Three days after Rosie O'Donnell's daughter was mercifully found after a sudden disappearance, the 25-year-old man she was found with has been charged with endangering a child.
Earlier this week, mother-of-five Rosie tweeted several times about the man her daughter Chelsea was found with, named Steve Sheerer, revealing that he was a convicted heroin dealer.
It was reported that Chelsea met the convict on dating app Tinder — a claim Rosie seemingly confirmed by retweeting one of the articles reporting it.
Steve Sheerer (Photo Credit: Ocean County Prosecutor's Office)
And now, Steve has been charged with two third-degree charges in relation to Chelsea's disappearance, including endangering a child and distribution of obscenity. If convicted, he could spend up to five years in jail.
After being reported missing by her mother on Tuesday, Chelsea was later found hiding out in the attic of a house in Barnegat, New Jersey, with the convict and her therapy dog Bear.
Bail has been set at $40,000 and he is currently housed in Ocean County Jail.