Woman claiming to be Madeleine McCann spouts ‘I didn’t plan this’ in F-bomb rant

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    A young woman claiming she is missing British girl Madeleine McCann has hit back at haters in an angry video rant.

    Julia Wendell, from Poland, went viral on social media after she shared "evidence" on Instagram suggesting that she could be the girl who went missing in Praia da Luz, Portugal in 2007.

    The 21-year-old asked help from a self-proclaimed psychic, Dr Fia Johansson, to help investigate her case and reach out to the McCann family.

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    Their posts prompted Kate and Gerry McCann to ask her for a DNA test – but also inflicted a lot of criticisms online.

    Julia and Dr Johansson appeared on a video call on Tuesday and urged viewers not to get fooled by other "fake accounts".

    Dr Johansson said she was accused of gaining publicity and new followers as she asked people to stop making fun of Julia.

    "At this moment, if Julia is Madeleine or not, we are still going to help Julia, to find her real identity," she said before asking the woman: "Do you have anything to say?

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    "I know there's a lot of people sending you love but also some trying to send you nasty and crazy things."

    Julia replied: "I can say… thank you for support, these people who supported me and… f*** off to people who made me cry.

    "I'm sorry I had to but telling me that I should die, it's very, very mad. It's not nice."

    The psychic asked people to hold the hatred to themselves, adding: "Maybe a lot of you think Julia is this, or that, or she is not the right person."

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    Then Julia chimed in: "I didn't plan it for months to become McCann just because someone say something.

    "You are not in my situation so you can't say what I should do. I'm not ashamed because this is my past, it's not about this case.

    "This is the best way I can do for myself and you don't know me personally, so don't judge me please."


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