The 21-year-old woman, ‘Julia Faustyna’ also goes by ‘Julia Wendell’, claiming to be Madeleine McCann is NOT the same girl who disappeared over a decade ago.
According to private investigator Fia Johansson, the DNA test is negative.
“The tests showed Julia Wendell, who triggered a worldwide firestorm in February by claiming to be the missing British toddler, ancestors come from Poland, her caretaker and private investigation Dr. Fia Johansson said.”
“She is absolutely 100 percent from Poland,” Dr. Johansson told RadarOnline.com. “She is a small percentage of Lithuanian and Russian but the test results show she is Polish.”
Faustyna began posting photos in February. The Polish woman believed the spot in her right eye and a beauty mark on her cheek closely resembled that of McCann’s. She felt that details from her childhood made her believe that she was abducted as a toddler.
Faustyna appears to have reunited with her father following the DNA test results, according to the private investigator Johansson.
Madeleine still remains missing. The missing girl’s parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, were on vacation in Praia da Luz, Portugal, when Madeleine was taken from her bed on May 3, 2007.
Credit: Fox News, People Magazine, Radar Online