A $50,000 reward has been offered for information leading to Michelle Parker, the Orlando mother who went missing over a week ago after appearing on "The Peoples' Court." But in an unsual twist, the reward is good only until Sunday.
"If you know something, you know it," said Parker's mother, Yvonne Stewart.
Parker's mother wanted a time limit on the reward money to encourage people with tips to come forward immediately.
"She's worth millions of dollars to me and my family, but I think $50,000 is an awesome amount," said Stewart.
Earlier this week, Parker's family released her final voicemail and a new batch of photos in the hope that someone would recognize the missing mother of three.
Weekend Only Reward Offered for Missing Mom Michelle Parker
Michelle Parker, 33, left a nine-second message for her father on the day before she vanished, asking him to call her.
"Anything families can do to keep their case in front of the media and the public, they should do," said Brad Garrett, an ABC News consultant and former FBI special agent.
Parker disappeared on Nov. 17 after she dropped her 3-year-old twins off at the house of their father, her ex-fiance Dale Smith, with whom she had a tumultuous relationship. Smith's house was the last place Parker was seen.
Police have said that her ex-fiance is not a suspect, but details about their stormy life together that sent them to "The Peoples' Court" have begun to emerge.
Appearing on the courtroom show, Parker and Smith battled over whether she had to pay for a $5,000 engagement ring she tossed away during one of their spats. The judge ruled the two should split the cost.
In the episode, the couple hurled accusations at each other and fought nastily. A court reporter called their relationship a "fatal attraction."
Parker's family has conceded that Smith's relationship with Parker was volatile, but it has also described Smith as a dedicated and loving father who cared for Parker, even when the two didn't get along.