There have been a lot of new developments in the Madeleine McCann case as of late. The three-year-old British girl went missing over ten years ago while vacationing with her parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, in Portugal.
Over the last few years, many theories about Madeleine's disappearance have come to light, including one that suggested she was killed by her parents by "accident due to neglect and possible medication."
Her nanny dispelled that theory earlier this year by insisting that "no way they [Kate and Gerry] did it," and gave a few different reasons why that would not have been possible.
Other versions of the events reveal that there was a woman standing outside of the Ocean Club apartment where Madeleine was supposedly abducted from just 90 minutes before she was reported missing.
Police followed this lead and recently identified the "woman in purple" as Luisa, a former waitress at a restaurant near the Portuguese resort where the McCanns stayed. However, they haven't been able to bring her in for interrogation.
Now, just a few weeks after the information about the mysterious woman was made public knowledge, there's another person stepping forward with some information about the case. In fact, she is claiming to be Madeleine, and has some "evidence" to prove she's telling the truth.