Woman claims to be girl who disappeared 21 years ago and says she has DNA proof

Woman claims to be girl who disappeared 21 years ago and says she has DNA proof



A woman has claimed to be Brittany Williams, a girl who disappeared 21-years-ago, and said that she has DNA proof.



In 2000, Brittany, 7, who suffered from AIDS, didn't show up at school one day.



An extensive search for her led authorities to dig up the garden of her foster home in Henrico, Virginia, before detectives assumed she had died without her AIDS medication.







Police said that there were several complaints made against Kim Parker, who owned the foster home, regarding the "potential neglect" and "potential maltreatment" of children.



Now, 21 years later, Kaylynn Stevenson from Fort Wayne, Indiana, claims to have DNA proof that she is Brittany.



Speaking to NBC, she described her childhood memories, which she says are vague.







She said: "The room I used to be in was like a pastel-pink type room.



"I will always remember this one little boy who was in a wheelchair.



"He was non-verbal... He was a sweetheart."



At the time Brittany disappeared, it was disclosed in the missing person pleas that she has several abdominal and stomach scars as a result of her surgeries and treatment.


Latest Post
Tags