The false Madeleine McCann has launched a campaign: asking for money to recover after negative DNA

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Just over a month ago, after Julia Wendell had published on her social networks that she was Madeleine McCann, the case of girl who disappeared in Portugal in 2007 returned to the front pages of newspapers and websites.

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From that moment the press followed the story step by step 21 year old Polish girl who she claimed to have evidence linking her to Maddy.

A sign in the eyeA mole on the leg it’s a past of which he said he had few memories were part of a story that, at first, he told with conviction.

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Julia Wendell rocked networks when she claimed to have proof that she was Madeleine McCann.  Photo: social networks

Julia Wendell rocked networks when she claimed to have proof that she was Madeleine McCann. Photo: social networks

So much so that while the police and his own family they categorically rejected this versioninsisted on getting a file DNA to check.

Julia Wendell, the “fake Madeleine McCann”, asks for money to recover

Finally, after a meeting with the psychic and detective Fia Johansson -who in 2019 predicted that the real Madeleine would appear in 2023 or 2024- Genetic testing may be done albeit without the presence of his parents or the McCanns.

Furthermore, the young woman went to the United States and, always accompanied by the medium, gave a interview on the famous Dr. Phil show in which he told certain details but showed himself hesitant in some parts of the story.

When the result of the DNAthe disappointment for Julia was total: she had given negative. The analysis confirmed that she is not the missing girl, but rather it shows that she is Polish and that she has Lithuanian and Romanian heritage.

At the time, he reported Daily Starthe young man returned to Poland. But obviously things aren’t going well for him as he’s been using a fundraising platform on his Instagram for be able to establish and get on with your life.

Julia Wendell has launched a fundraising campaign to be able to re-establish herself in Poland.  Photo: amijuliawandelt/Instagram

Julia Wendell has launched a fundraising campaign to be able to re-establish herself in Poland. Photo: amijuliawandelt/Instagram

“I feel very embarrassed to ask you for this kind of help, but I need to find a good one lawyerA therapistpublished.

And he detailed: “I really need your help, but if you don’t want to help, I’ll understand. I created this fundraiser because many kind people have written to me that I should do it because it is a possibility to be able to pay for a lawyer and therapy”.

“Thank you and please don’t be rude. I have always refused to accept money, but I know many of you want to help me”he concluded.

Until now, the fundraiser was not very successful. In the first two days it received 18 donations for 621 euros (about $675), an amount that can’t help her much in her goals.

According to the outlet, when providing details about her fundraiser, Julia indicated that it was “forced” to travel to the United States and now it needs help reinstalling.

“Need get me back on my feet, I need to be able to reach a place where I can return to the workforce and thrive in my chosen career. To do that, I need support from around me, like lawyers and professionals.”he wrote.

Julia even assured this Fia Johansson was ‘trying to scare her’ and wondered if the psychic really wanted to help her figure out if she was Madeleine McCann or not.

What Madeleine McCann’s parents said after discovering Julia Wendell’s DNA

After knowing the negative result of the DNA analysis, the parents of the girl who disappeared in 2007 in Praia de Luz, Portugal, they broke the silence.

Initially, despite being insistently sought after by the international press, Kate and Gerry McCann have never commented on the case.

However, once the truth comes out, Kate and Gerry McCann posted a statement on their Facebook account “Find Maddie”.

After learning of Julia Wendell's negative DNA test, Maddie's parents have finally released a statement.

After learning of Julia Wendell’s negative DNA test, Maddie’s parents have finally released a statement.

The couple’s legal representatives released a statement saying: “At the moment there is nothing to report. If there is, and when there is, it will come from the Metropolitan Police.”.

Source: Clarin

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