Young woman claiming to be Madeleine McCann says family will

Young woman claiming to be Madeleine McCann says family will take DNA test

On the left little Madeleine and on the right the young woman who claims to believe the missing girl | Photo: Playback/Instagram

After claiming she was Madeleine McCann, the young German girl, identified as Julia Faustyna, said the family of the girl, who disappeared 16 years ago, had agreed to a DNA test.

According to international tabloids, the information goes further: the McCann family is ready to examine all possible clues and not to deny the resemblance between the girl and her daughter. “The family doesn’t want to rule anything out. They are ready to check every lead. It is important to take everything into account and the girl is similar. This is not up for debate. If what she says is true, there’s a chance she is,” the source told the Daily Star newspaper.

Julia’s allegations went viral across the internet this week after posting her story on social media.. She claims to have been a victim of sexual abuse. According to her, the harasser was a German pedophile, one of the main suspects in the Madeleine McCann case.

Taking to Instagram, which goes by the name @iammadelemccan, the young woman identified herself as Julia Faustyna and said she had started suspecting it would be Madeleine a few months ago. In addition, it contains clues that could confirm that she is the missing girl.

The Madeleine McCann case

British girl Madeleine McCann disappeared on May 3, 2007 in Praia da Luz, Portugal, where she was vacationing with her family. Christian Brueckner was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping Maddie. Despite claims by German police, British investigators continue to treat the case as a disappearance.

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