A report by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement says it has found no evidence to support Rifqa Bary's charges that her life was threatened after her parents discovered she had converted to Christianity.
"Our investigation has provided no clear evidence of criminal activity," the state report said.
A teacher at the girl's high school told investigators she had no reports or had seen no evidence of abuse.
Although Bary told investigators her father never saw her in a cheerleading outfit for fear of her father's disapproval, investigators stated in the report that they saw pictures of the girl in her cheerleading outfit displayed in the living room of Bary's Ohio home, CNN reported.
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Bary, 17, is in foster care in Orlando, Fla., while a judge decides if she should be returned to her family in Ohio. She claimed her father threatened to kill her for converting to Christianity. Her parents have denied the charges and have said they would allow her to practice her faith.
"We wouldn't do her harm," her father said during a court hearing earlier this month, adding that he knew his daughter was involved with Christian organizations.