Madeleine McCann disappearance: Internet casts doubt on Polish woman claiming she is missing British girl

Social media users are casting doubt on claims from a Polish woman who says she is Madeleine McCann, a British girl who went missing from a family vacation in Portugal 16 years ago when she was three years old.

Madeleine’s parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, along with their three children — Madeleine and twins Sean and Amelie — were on vacation in Praia da Luz, Portugal, when Madeline was taken from her bed on May 3, 2007. The family was staying in a ground-floor apartment.

“I don’t remember most of my childhood but my earliest memory is very strong and It’s about holidays in hot place where was beach and White or very light [colored] buildings with [apartments],” the Polish woman, Julia Faustyna, who also goes by Julia Wendlet, wrote in an Instagram post last week from her account, “@iammadeleinemccann.”

The account began posting photos last week. Faustyna says she has a spot in her right eye and a beauty mark on her cheek that resemble McCann’s. She also claims that details of her childhood don’t add up, leading her to believe that she was abducted as a toddler.

Faustyna’s account quickly went viral. She said in an update last week that Kate and Gerry McCann had agreed to a DNA test, which a family attorney did not confirm to Fox News Digital.

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