Dr Fia Johansson: Psychic helping Julia Wandelt might sue to get Madeleine McCann’s parents to cooperate

Dr Fia Johansson: Psychic helping Julia Wandelt might sue to get Madeleine McCann’s parents to cooperate
Dr Fia Johansson has shown her frustration toward Madeleine McCann’s parents while helping Julia Wandelt (Instagram/@persianmedium, @iammadeleinemcann, Miguel Villagran/Getty Images)

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM: A private detective and psychic, who is assisting Julia Wandelt in finding her true identity, has reportedly spoken against the parents of Madeleine McCann. Dr Fia Johansson has shared that she might sue Kate and Gerry McCann, who have not said anything despite Wandelt's consistent claims that she's their missing daughter.


Wandelt, who also uses the surnames Wendell and Faustyna for her, has been claiming for several weeks that she believes she is Madeleine, who disappeared from Portugal in May 2007 at the age of three while being on a vacation with her family. On her Instagram page, the 21-year-old has released several posts to support her claims.


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Not just that, she also expressed her desire to take a DNA test but none of the family members of the missing British girl showed any interest. Though in a February 20 Instagram post, Wandelt said, “Kate and Gerry McCann agreed for DNA test!” it seems it was not true. And now, Dr Johansson has apparently told CMJournal that she was ready to take legal action against the McCanns. She also shared that she was startled to see no reaction from them to Wandelt claims, leading to allegedly adversely affecting the psychological state of the young woman.



'Julia just wants to know the truth'

This comes as a report stated that Julia went for a DNA test to verify if she is another missing child, Livia Schepp, who vanished in 2011. Dr Johansson spoke to The Sun and said, “Julia is very open to the idea that she may be Livia Schepp and we are investigating this possibility. I've spoken to her about this and she is open to the fact she could be any missing child out there - not just Madeleine.”


“Julia just wants to know the truth about who she is. One of the reasons she made the connection to Madeleine is because one of the suspects in Madeleine's case looks very much like a man who she says abused her as a child. But the same man could be connected to Madeleine and other missing children - this is how predators and traffickers work. Julia has taken a DNA test and we are investigating if it's possible to check her DNA with that of missing Livia. We are investigating all possibilities at this stage,” she concluded.

Earlier, Wandelt had blasted her current family, especially her mother, who too does not want to go for a DNA test. In a now-deleted social media post, she added, “So far, you've denied doing a DNA test, and the world is more suspicious about your behavior as a mom. Please help your daughter and help me and my team to end this crazy, messy show that has concerned people everywhere and has caused so much pain around the world. Tell your spokesman, as you claim you have, to communicate with me directly.”

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