Madeleine McCann: Julia Faustyna’s DNA Results Revealed

Madeleine McCann: Julia Faustyna’s DNA Results Revealed

The case Madeleine McCann came back to light after a young woman claimed to be the missing child. Julia Faustyna was convinced that she was the minor who went missing in Portugal in 2007, so she campaigned for a test to be able to have her child tested for DNA. And finally we know the results.

The spokeswoman for the young Polish woman has spoken publicly to communicate the results that Julia promised the family of Madeleine McCannwho agreed to the request in the hope of getting an answer once and for all.

Is it Madeleine McCann?

According to the message “the results of the test of DNA show no connection with English or German roots.” This means that it is not Madeleine McCannwhose nationality is British.

“The test results revealed that she is 100 percent Polish blood, with some Lithuanian and Russian influence,” he adds. “This story is much more complicated than just a girl coming from a locality in Poland making a claim for attention.”

In the message, it is pointed out that Julia was really confident that she would be. Madeleine McCannbut this could have been avoided if her parents had answered their questions. As you may recall, she believed that the people she lived with lied to her and falsified her birth documents, which prompted her to seek “her truth”.

“For us as a family it is obvious that Julia is our daughter, granddaughter, sister, cousin and niece. We have memories, we have photos. Julia also has these photos, because she took them from the family home with the birth certificate, as well as numerous hospital discharges,” the Wendell family said in a statement it released Daily Mail.

“We have asked her to stop (…) She refuses treatment, she does not take medication regularly. She also did not take advantage of the possibility of treatment in a very good center in Poland, which agreed to accept her”, they concluded.

Back to them

Following these results, Julia will return to her parents’ home in Poland.

The unfortunate thing is that there are still details that could link the 21-year-old to Peter Nay, a German pedophile who was also accused of abducting the minor.

Similar cases have happened on two occasions.

In 2021, a tiktoker claimed to be Madeleine. However, after days of searching for the parents, she ended up admitting that it was all a joke beyond her physical resemblance.

In another case, in 2016 a Swedish woman also claimed the same thing. In that case it was her own father who denied it, revealing especially her age.

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Daniel Chapman