The Polish woman who believes that she is the missing British girl Madeleine McCann has recorded her first TV interview.
Julia Wendel or Julia Faustyna will appear in her first TV interview with Dr. Phil after earning internet fame for repeatedly claiming that she could be Maddie, who vanished while on a vacation with her parents in Portugal.
According to reports, she underwent a DNA test to see if she is the missing daughter of the McCanns or another missing girl as some people suggested that she might be Livia Schepp, a Swiss girl who disappeared at the age of 6 in 2011.
Julia reportedly submitted DNA samples for three separate forensic tests with the help of a self-professed medium and private investigator Dr. Fia Johansson.
“If the results come back that she’s British or from that area then we are going to continue our investigation into Madeleine McCann and communicate with the detectives in Portugal,” the medium said.
While waiting for the results, Dr. Johansson announced that Julia will make her first TV appearance.
“I’m very happy for Julia getting a platform to courageously speak up, shedding light on her v*olent and abus*ve past and hopefully bringing her closer to justice! Airing on Tuesday, March 27th,” she wrote.
Dr. Johansson also shared a preview of the episode.
In the video, Julia says: “I believe that I am Madeleine McCann.”
In the 40-minute Instagram Live of the private investigator, she addressed Maddie’s parents and said: “A lot of you ask why Kate and Gerry (are not involved).
“There is no need – Madeleine McCann’s DNA is already there. They don’t need to get involved with media press,” she continued.
“When the DNA test comes, which I am really badly waiting for – checking every day for the status – we will match with a DNA test of (Madeleine) McCann. [Or] anyone else out there, looking for their kid that may [have gone] missing at that time.”
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