Julia Faustyna: DNA results reveal Polish woman claiming to be Madeleine McCann is not the missing girl

DNA results have proven the Polish woman claiming she could be Madeleine McCann is not the missing British girl. 

Julia Faustyna, 22, who is also known as Julia Wendell and Julia Wandelt, gained worldwide attention after claiming she is the missing girl who disappeared during a family holiday in Portugal in 2007.

Last month, Faustyna submitted samples for three forensic tests to determine whether she has any ties to the McCann family ancestry.

Those results are now back and have proven she is not the missing British girl. 

"Julia's test results are back. We finally know the reality," Fia Johansson, a psychic social media star who offered to represent Faustyna as a spokesperson during her quest for answers, said in a statement posted to Instagram. 

"The test results revealed that she is 100 percent of Polish heart, with negligible influence from Lithuania and Russia.

"The DNA test results did not show any connection to British or even German roots."

Faustyna amassed tens of thousands of followers on her Instagram account, @iammadeleinemccann, as a result of the speculation, with many people critical of her.  

Johansson said Faustyna's story is more complicated than a "simple girl" from a small town in Poland making a "claim to get attention". 

"She truly believed what she was saying, and with so many questions about her childhood it is easy to understand where she was coming from," Johansson said.

"What is amazing is the parent's refusal to resolve this nagging question for Julia. A simple DNA test by the parents would have resolved many questions for Julia. In any case, upon the revelation, she decided to be back with her dad. I personally wish her well." 

The DNA results come after Faustyna appeared on the US show Dr Phil last month.  

Faustyna said she began researching the McCann case about a year ago and soon found similarities between herself and the missing British girl. 

As Faustyna joined the dots in her research, she told Dr Phil she felt "something is wrong" because "my mother didn't hug me [and] didn't say I love you".

"It was a little suspicious to me."

The 22-year-old said she pressed her mother with questions about pregnancy pictures and her birth certificate, but told Dr Phil her mother "always changed the subject".

But in a statement to Dr Phil, Faustyna's parents didn't avoid the subject at all, claiming to have family pictures and memories, which Faustyna has too. 

"Julia also has these photos, because she took them from the family home with the birth certificate, as well as numerous hospital discharges."

Madeleine's parents Kate and Gerry McCann have not commented since the DNA results have become public.