The woman dubbed to be a fake Madeleine McCann has enraged netizens with a new controversy.
Sources from local media outlets claim she is all set to launch her own fundraiser and needs people to donate to help turn her life around.
The news comes after 21-year-old Julia Wendell’s DNA tests proved that she was 100% Polish and that means she is not the missing toddler from the United Kingdom Madeleine McCann.
But fury struck when investigations into the matter proved how she manged to pull off a similar missing person stunt at least twice in the past and this was her third attempt. The only difference now was related to how successful she was to make so many people a fool.
Therefore, she has left the US and is now set to begin her life in Poland. But for that, she was quick to mention through her Instagram account how she needs financial support to turn her life into one that’s worth living.
While appearing for financial aid, she says that the money would be used to pay for some major expenses including lawyers and therapists. She wishes to seek more funds to help take action against her own parents, as she feels abused and is no longer interested in going back to them.
She does realize she needs therapy to overcome her past traumas but she failed to delineate what exactly was bothering her at this point in time.
The 21-year-old mentioned how she does feel ashamed to do something like this as asking for financial assistance was the last thing on her mind. But the reason she has chosen to go for it was related to the fact that so many of her fans encouraged her to do so because they wished to help her out.
“If you could donate that would be great but in case you don’t wish to do so, that’s also ok. But please don’t question me or bash me”- she concluded.