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Austin artist's body found weeks after going missing at Hippie Hollow, family spokesperson says

Investigators are working to determine the cause of death. A family spokesperson confirmed to KVUE the body belongs to Chameleon Brendon Foster.

AUSTIN, Texas — Weeks after an Austin artist went missing, a family spokesperson has confirmed to KVUE that his body was found in the Hippie Hollow area.

On Feb. 5, 2020, the Travis County Sheriff's Office found Chameleon Brendon Foster's vehicle at Hippie Hollow Park. The lake patrol with the sheriff's office found a body on the shoreline of Lake Travis just after 7 a.m. on Feb. 21. A family spokesperson confirmed to KVUE later in the day that the body was Foster's.

The sheriff's office said they are not aware of any other missing persons cases in that area.

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Investigators are working to determine the cause of death.

This comes after Foster's vehicle was found abandoned with his belongings inside weeks ago. His sister, Adeelah Muhyee, told KVUE Foster is a singer and described his loving personality as infectious. She said he usually calls or texts her every other day. 

Check back on this story for updates.

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