A woman who spent months claiming she might have been Madeleine McCann has denied allegations that she's a "paedo".
Julia Wendell, the 21-year-old Polish singer has been accused of having illicit pictures of underaged children on her phone by her former friend, Dr Fia Johansson.
Johansson, otherwise known as the Persian Medium, said she filed a report with US police alleging that a phone Julia left behind held explicit pictures of children, as well as evidence that the 21-year-old was encouraging young girls to join sex platforms.
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The 41-year-old psychic told The Sun that she handed Julia’s phone to a California police department, who she claims told her it will be handed over to investigators in Germany and Poland.
"Police are taking this very seriously and have assured me that a full investigation will be done."
Julia denied the serious allegations, and added that she was in contact with Polish police over the matter, saying: "I didn’t have child pornography on my phone. I am not a paedo and I never tried to encourage any teenagers to do anything illegal and bad and disgusting.
"I am not a paedo. I am a victim of a paedo."
She claimed that if any indecent images were found on her phone, they must have been put there by someone else, adding that she purchased her phone from an unknown person.
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She added: "Just think carefully, if someone is a paedo, I believe this person would never go by himself to a police station or this person would never talk about what I was talking about in public to the whole world because it would be very dangerous for this person. I will make my name clean because I am not a monster."
A spokesperson for the Orange County Sheriff's Office told the Sun that while it was investigating Dr Johannson’s claims, its inquiry was not yet a criminal one.
They later declined to provide specific details of the case.
Julia spent months saying she might have been Madeleine McCann, arguing that she had similar physical features to her, including a freckle on her leg and a speck in her eye.
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But a DNA ancestry test revealed that Julia was biologically Polish, not English.
Despite this, she said she does not believe the results of the test and plans to take another one.
British toddler Madeleine disappeared during a family holiday to Portugal in May 2007 and hasn't been seen since.
The Daily Star has contacted Orange County Sheriff's Office and Poland’s National Police for comment.
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