Woman claiming to be Madeleine McCann plans to sue supposed mother in Poland

The woman claiming to be missing Brit Madeleine McCann is set to sue the mother of the family who raised her.

Julia Wendell shocked the world earlier this year by claiming she was the daughter of Gerry and Kate McCann.

Having spent the last few months pleading her case, she is now currently waiting for the results of three DNA samples and a genetic test.

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Dr Fia Johansson, a private investigator and medium who is helping the Polish national learn her true identity, has kept the world informed on developments on her Instagram.

And now in an interview with Radar Online, Dr Johansson has revealed that they are planning to take action against the alleged mother for defamation.

She said: “Julia really got hurt in the past one and a half months. (Her) mother is going to do some very crazy statement tomorrow and you definitely not going to look good in that statement.

“We're still going to figure it out – what statement he is talking about and whatever she said. Whatever she said, as she's ill, she has mental health condition, she needs to go to the hospital.

“So, that's the defamation and we need to figure it out… where she came from.”

The threat to sue is the latest warning issued by Dr Johansson to the woman's family.

Last week she told them that they “can't hide anymore” during a lengthy Instagram Live rant.

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The psychic told how Julia is “not alone” and that she will not be “backing off”.

She went on: “I don't know if it was fortunate or unfortunate [for you] that Julia found me.

“But I believe, as I feel about you and I want to investigate about you and your whole entire family, unfortunately Julia found me.

“I'm not backing off. She's not alone, she's not that seven-year-old [girl] who would shut her, be scared and say no.

“Even if she says no, I will go forward. You can't stop Julia – I will bring justice to Julia.”

It was thought that the DNA and blood test results were expected to be released last Friday (March 24) but that has not happened yet.


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