This year marks the tenth anniversary of the disappearance of three-year-old Madeleine McCann from her family's holiday apartment on a Portuguese resort.
Recently, there have been many new theories, leads and clues coming to light, including some that suggest that the little girl has died and it was caused by "accident due to neglect and possible medication."
Back in April, Maddie's nanny finally broke her silence to dispel the rumors, and her version of the events paints a very different picture from the "cover up" theory that blames the parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, for killing their daughter.
She insisted that there is "no way they did it," and gave many different reasons why that would not have been possible.
The former nanny, who chose to remain anonymous, also revealed that the resort where the McCann's were staying was notorious for being unsafe. Employees and nannies were given rape whistles and advised to not go out alone. Just a year before Maddie went missing, a 10-year-old girl was assaulted on the resort. As a result, the nanny is convinced that Maddie was taken by a stranger.
She blames the Portuguese authorities for not arriving to the scene in time to prevent tampering with evidence. She claimed that they took 90 minutes to arrive to the scene and by that point the potential crime scene was contaminated by people going in and out of the apartment.
Now, a new report has surfaced and aligns closely with the the nanny's account.
According to two other witnesses, there was a woman standing outside the Ocean Club apartment where Maddie was supposedly abducted from just 90 minutes before the child was reported missing.
It took a little over a decade, but police have finally identified the woman, and she may hold some of the answers to the mysterious case.