Madeleine McCann

Madeleine McCann went missing in 2007 from her family’s vacation apartment in the Algarve, Portugal. Despite a lot of police work, she is still missing.

A German woman thinks she could be Madeleine McCann and has posted “proof” of this on Instagram.

The woman, whose Instagram handle is @iamamadeleinemcann, has gotten a lot of attention online since she started posting her ideas this week. In a live broadcast, the woman said that “a few months ago” she started to wonder if she might be the missing Brit.

She told people she was 21, but she may be younger than that. Birmingham Live says that Madeleine McCann would be 19 today if she were still alive.

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The woman said, “That’s what my grandmother told me.” The woman showed pictures and said that she has freckles on her leg in the same spot as the child and a speck in her right eye. She is the latest person to say things that can’t be proven that make it sound like they might have Madeleine.

Back in the year 2021, a TikToker named Maddie made headlines when she posted a video of herself after her friends told her how strange she looked. The woman who didn’t give her name is so sure of her idea that she said she wants a DNA test to find out the truth. “Help me, I need to talk to Kate and Gerry McCann,” her Instagram bio says. I feel like I could be Madeleine. “I want a DNA test.”

Madeleine McCann

Even though the claims haven’t been proven or backed up by evidence, thousands of people on Instagram and TikTok are interested in them. Even though her claims are getting a lot of attention online, it is known that investigators are not taking her seriously. And prosecutors believe Madeleine is dead.

The amount of information about the missing girl has been overwhelming. In 2016, it was reported that the Leicestershire toddler, who would be 19 years old now, had been seen “nearly 9,000” times in 101 countries.

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