A young Polish woman, Julia Wendell, 21, who claims to be Madeleine McCann, is leaving Europe for the United States, where she will live in a mansion to receive support from an intermediary. according to Daily Star The young woman has left Poland after receiving death threats and will be helped by a private investigator and an intermediary named Dr. Via Johansson, who lives in Los Angeles, California.
Johnson claims his team was unable to find any hospital records for Julia in Wroclaw (the city where she supposedly grew up) regarding her first five years of life. She also claims to have sent reports to the US authorities regarding the threats against the young woman.
“We have filed an official report with law enforcement considering all threats made online, documenting all accounts and individuals associated with the spread of threats and lies about Julia’s case and situation. US law enforcement takes her case very seriously,” the outlet said. And you review all the information carefully.”
The alleged Madeleine McCann
Julia gained popularity on social networks after she created a profile claiming to be the girl Madeleine McCann, who disappeared in 2007 in Portugal. Through her profile, she began posting videos and montages comparing her physical attributes to those of the young British girl who disappeared at the age of four, and gained more than a million followers in a few days.
However, Julia’s relatives have already posted a post on social media that the young woman has psychological problems, she has been hospitalized several times and all her childhood documents and photos have been taken from the house. The Polish police also ruled out this possibility and stated publicly that the young woman had lied when she said she was Madeleine.
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