A woman claiming to be Madeleine McCann is set to expose evidence in her first high-profile interview with Dr Phil.
Three-year-old Madeleine made headlines across the world when she vanished from her bed in a holiday apartment in Portugal on May 3, 2007.
Her disappearance has been described as ‘the most heavily reported missing person case in modern history’.
However, one woman alleges that she is the missing child and that she has the ‘evidence’ to prove this.
See a teaser of the explosive interview below…
The 21-year-old claims to have a number of distinguishing features that could mean she is Madeleine.
This includes a speck in her eye and a freckle on her leg – which she has documented on social media.
While many people have disputed that Wandelt is Madeleine, the young woman has remained persistent in her claims – and now she’s set to expose everything in a high-profile interview.
The Polish national has recorded an explosive interview with American TV personality Dr Phil.
A private investigator and medium who is helping Wandelt, named Dr Fia Johansson, took to Instagram to reveal the sensational news.
She wrote: “I’m very happy for Julia getting a platform to courageously speak up, shedding light on her violent and abusive past and hopefully bringing her closer to justice!
“Airing on Monday, March 27.”
While in an Instagram live, Dr Johansson also claimed she will be able to use Wandelt’s DNA to finally find out whether she’s the daughter Gerry and Kate McCann.
She says (via The Mirror): A lot of you ask why Kate and Gerry [are not involved].
“There is no need – Madeleine McCann’s DNA is already there.
“They don’t need to get involved with media press.
“When the DNA test comes, which I am really badly waiting for and checking every day the status of it, we will match with a DNA test of [Madeleine] McCann.
“[She could also match] anyone else out there that looking for their kid that may [be] missing at that time.”
Wandelt has previously stated that she ‘really believes’ she is the missing daughter of Gerry and Kate McCann, as she recognises the mum’s voice.
“I want to say something to Kate McCann: I listened to a song that you sang to your daughter Madeleine,” the 21-year-old told RadarOnline.
“When I hear your voice – from movies, from interviews – I feel like I really know this voice, your voice. I really believe that I could be Madeleine.”
She added that she hoped to be a part of their family and that the DNA test will come back positive.
The 21-year-old reportedly began wondering whether she could be Madeleine McCann ‘a few months ago’ after her grandmother said ‘something’.
However, Madeleine was born in May 2003, which would mean she is 19 years old.
Regarding this, Wandelt has said it’s possible her age could be wrong.
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