Who is Cori Gabrielle? The TikToker is looking for her biological family

Cori Gabrielle is a content creator and TikToker who is on a mission to find her biological family. 

Gabrielle is using social media to track down the siblings she lost contact with after being adopted. Here’s everything you need to know about her search.

Who is Cori Gabrielle? 

@corixgabrielle

legal purposes this is a joke. got to get that pedia-lax in somehow #parenting101 #momlife #recoveringaddict #motherhood #humor #fyp

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Gabrielle is 26 years old and resides in Illinois. She has 1.6 million TikTok followers, but her story is unique. 

She has opened up about her struggle with ubstance use disorder and is now in recovery. Gabrielle has a daughter named Willow Rae and much of her content is comedic commentary about being a mother “with a past,” as she would say. 

Here’s what we know about Cori Gabrielle’s search for her biological family.

On Mar. 6, 2021 Gabrielle told her massive audience that she was adopted. 

“I’m just gonna put this out there,” she announced. “I’m adopted and I’ve been trying for a very [long] time to find my biological siblings on my father’s side. Unfortunately, he is dead so I can’t contact him.” 

She shared that her birth father’s name is Tom Hill, he lived in Wisconsin and had around six or seven kids

“I would really like to get in touch with them as it would provide a lot of healing for me,” Gabrielle explained. 

She hoped that people would share the video to try and track her family members down. 

Some people chimed in with clues and encouragement.

“My sister is married to a Hill and we all live in Wisconsin?” one user commented

“My friend’s name is Emily Hill and she doesn’t have a father,” another wrote

Here’s hoping she finds the answers that bring her the peace she’s looking for.

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