The Sun reports that “Julia Faustyna has undergone a DNA test to confirm this correspondence and is now awaiting the results.”

Adding that “The similarities between Julia and Livia Schepp, who disappeared along with her twin sister when she was just six years old, were pointed out on social media by different internet users and quickly reached the authorities.”

Fia Johansson who is a private detective and Julia Faustyna’s represent told the British newspaper that "Julia can be any missing child out there, not just Madeleine. Julia just wants to know the truth, know who she is,".

One of the reasons Julia thought it was Madeleine McCann, according to her representative, was that she recognized the face of Christian Brueckner, who was named by the German authorities as the prime suspect in the British girl's disappearance.

Despite this, Fia Johansson acknowledges that "the same man may be connected to Madeleine and other missing children, that's what predators and traffickers do."

According to Swiss media, Livia and Alessia Schepp were reported missing on January 30, 2011, when they were six years old, after their father kidnapped them from the home of the girl’s mother. Although authorities have searched several countries, Livia and Alessia's whereabouts remains unknown. However, more than 12 years have passed.