Fake Madeleine McCann Julia Wandelt now launches fundraiser to 'get back on her feet' after returning to Poland
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The Polish woman, who had claimed she was the missing British toddler Madeleine McCann for months now, has now launched a fundraiser. In an attempt that reeks of desperation, Julia Wandelt, who also goes by the name Julia Wendell/Faustyna, has asked if people can help her "get back on her feet". Julia Wandelt said she felt "shameful" asking her followers for donations to pay for a "good lawyer, therapist" after DNA tests proved that she was not the missing girl.
Julia's claims of being Madeleine McCann were proven false and the case still remains unsolved. McCann was only three years old when she disappeared suddenly in 2007 while on vacation with her family. Julia also had to leave the US to return to her home country of Poland since the bombshell DNA results came through that confirmed she was "100%" Polish with some trace Lithuanian and Russian ancestry. However, she is using a fundraiser linked on her Instagram to help her settle back in her life in Poland after her 15 minutes of fame are over.
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'I need to find a good lawyer, therapist'
Julia wrote while sharing a screenshot of the fundraiser to her story, "I feel so shameful for asking you for this kind of help but I need to find a good lawyer, therapist." She continued, "I really need your help but if you don't want to help I will understand. I created this fundraiser because many kind people wrote me that I should do this because it's a possibility for me to pay for lawyer and therapy. Thank you and please, don't be rude I always refused taking money but I know that many of you want to help me."
Julia was 'coerced' into US trip
Julia has since claimed on her fundraiser that she was "coerced" to go to the United States and now needs help back home in Poland. "I need to get back on my feet, I need to be able to get myself to a place where I can return to the work force and thrive in the career I choose. In order to do that I need support around me such as lawyers and professionals," she wrote.
Dr Fia Johansson commented on the results
Dr Fia Johansson, a psychic and private investigator who took Julia to the US, has commented on the results. The psychic said that she was left "disappointed" by the tests which rubbed Julia in a wrong way. The Polish woman has since claimed the psychic was "trying to scare her" and wonders if the investigator had actually wanted to help her find out if she was actually missing Madeleine.