Family of woman convinced she is Madeleine McCann break silence on her claims

Posted February 23, 2023 by: Admin #News

A Polish woman named Julia Wendell, aged 21, recently claimed to be the long-lost Madeleine McCann, a British child who went missing from her family’s holiday apartment in Portugal’s Algarve back in 2007. This claim has caused a stir on social media platforms as well as among the McCann family and the police.


Julia claims to have “evidence” to support her claim, including a freckle on her leg in the same place as Madeleine’s, and a speck in her eye. She even went so far as to create an Instagram account under the handle @iammadeleinemccann, which quickly garnered over a million followers.

However, Julia’s family has now released a statement through a Polish charity called Missing Years Ago, stating that they have memories and photographs which prove beyond doubt that Julia is their daughter, granddaughter, sister, niece, cousin, and step-niece. They have also claimed that Julia took these pictures and the family’s birth certificate from their home when she moved out.


The family has tried to understand Julia’s behavior, which they describe as manipulative and dishonest. They have expressed concern about the potential harm that this situation may cause to their daughter’s reputation and well-being.

Meanwhile, a source close to the McCann family has stated that they are willing to explore all leads and have called for a DNA test to be carried out on Julia to determine whether she is indeed Madeleine. However, private detective Francisco Marco, who led the initial search for Madeleine after her disappearance, has analyzed the evidence and claims that it is impossible for Julia to be the missing girl.

Despite this, Julia’s claim has reignited interest in Madeleine’s case and has once again brought it to the forefront of the public’s attention. It is a case that has remained unsolved for over a decade, and one that has brought heartache and suffering to the McCann family.



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