DALLAS - A post was made on Jessica Smith's Facebook page Friday, claiming to be from the missing 11-year-old girl.
It read, “Everyone I'm fine you all can stop worrying about me. Just stop trying to contact me. I'm just done. I'm done with everyone."
The Fort Worth girl has been missing since Monday. An Amber Alert in the case is still active.
About two hours later, News 8 learned of another comment on the post, still writing as the missing girl.
The most recent comment read, "Noo!! Guys it's really me! Just remeber [sic] I'm safe I'll be home soon.. And thanks for all the support! :)"
"I'm not sure what she really means by that, but I guess she doesn't want anyone talking to her at this point," said Jessica's friend, Tammy Vu.
News 8 can't confirm that Jessica wrote the posts. Fort Worth police are looking into it to see who is behind them.
Jessica is believed to be with her mother, Kimberly Smith. Investigators believed the girl was in danger and issued a warrant for her mother.
For Vu, the online activity is giving her some hope.
"I know she's coming back," Vu said. "I've met her mom before and she wouldn't take her away that long."
But, other neighbors are concerned.
"It does worry me," said neighbor Lolita Bhatt. "It could be anyone posting and we don't know who. I have been offering a rosary for her every day [...] praying for her to come, safe and sound."