A woman has been slammed for claiming that she could be missing UK toddler Madeleine McCann on TikTok.
The UK toddler was just three years old when she disappeared from a villa in Portugal in 2007, with her disappearance leading to an international search.
Unfortunately, investigators haven’t been able to figure out what happened to Madeleine, with her parents Kate and Gerry McCann trying desperately over the last decade to find their daughter.
The TikTok user, a young blonde woman, has been slammed after she claimed to be staying near the villa as a child, and captioned her TikTok clip “My mates joke about me being Madeleine McCann”.
The video shows pictures of the woman when she was a toddler and another picture of Madeleine, showing similarities between the two.
She was quickly slammed for the video.
“What people do for views,” one person wrote.
“You shouldn’t joke about something that still brings pain to people,” wrote another.
“Why use this to try and get fame, wanna have a reality check?” another wrote.
Screenshots from the TikTok video
The video comes just a day after Madeleine’s parents posted a message to their daughter on Facebook, as Madeleine would’ve been 18 on Wednesday May 12.
The message reads: “We love you and are waiting for you”.
They also left birthday cards and gifts in her bedroom, which remains unchanged since she left, according to The Mirror.
This article originally appeared on Over60.