Fake Madeleine McCann claims she’s ‘in touch’ with Gerry and Kate’s investigator

The woman who believed she may have been Madeleine McCann has posted a lengthy statement on social media to claim that she is “in touch” with the investigator being used by Gerry and Kate McCann.

Julia Wendell garnered a huge social media following after creating the "I am Madeleine McCann" account, telling the world that she believed herself to be the young British girl who went missing in 2007.

After spending weeks claiming to have been abducted as a child, even going as far as to escape her native Poland and go to the California home of Dr. Fia Johansson, also known as the Persian Medium, the results proved she is Polish.

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But it appears that the story is not quite over yet.

From a new account on Instagram called "Am I Julia Wandelt", and her Facebook account under the name of Julia Fastyna, she said: “I am in touch with private detective who was officially hired by McCann’s family.

"He is going to find out the truth about Fia, Peter Ney and my identity.

"I won’t tell you his personal data because I respect his privacy.

"You don’t have to believe me, I don’t care if you believe me but I do care for myself, people who are close for me, my future, next potential victims (of Fia and Peter Ney).

"I’ve never said something that was not true. I didn’t lie."

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She went on to claim that she was not "doing this to be famous", and used her one million Instagram followers as evidence.

She explained: "I didn’t do it because of fame.

"If I would like to make up this story because of dreams about being singer, don’t you think that I would delete all naked pictures and profiles on adult websites first?

"Don’t you think that I would post videos of me singing cover and original songs on my old Instagram with over 1 million followers?

"If I would do it for fame I would definitely use amount of my subscribers in this old account – I didn’t do it for fame."

Julia's 3,554 word statement actually comes with a follow-on in the comments.

She wrote: “I wrote this statement today and I am not sure if I wrote about everything that I needed to say but If I will remind myself something that I didn’t write about I will make an update in comment or in post.”

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