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Who is Kaylynn Stevenson ?

Kaylynn Stevenson, who was adopted, said a DNA test showed her true identity was Brittney Renee Williams, who was last seen in her Henrico foster home on August 18, 2000.

A 28-year-old Indiana woman has made an extraordinary claim that she is a seven-year-old foster girl who disappeared in Virginia, and is presumed dead, more than two decades ago.

Brittney was believed to be infected with HIV from her biological mother and it is presumed that she died after her disappearance because she did not have the necessary medication to keep her alive.

Stevenson told NBC 12 that she does not have HIV and believes that Brittney herself received a false diagnosis. The probability that a mother will infect her child in the womb is between 20 and 25 percent, according to NIH research.wikipedia

A DNA test with Brittney’s biological sister revealed that there was a 95.83 percent chance that they were siblings, NBC reported.

How old is Kaylynn Stevenson ?

She is 28 year old.

Stevenson said she believes she’s a girl who’s been missing since August 2000

Stevenson, who grew up in a foster home, firmly believes that it is living proof that the girl who was once the subject of a national search is alive and well.

She said she made the connection while searching for her biological family online, she told NBC.

She said that she had a feeling that she was a missing child and that her legitimate last name was Williams.

She used the few leads she had to conduct a search.

“Literally, in the Google search, the photo of Brittney Renee Williams came up,” Stevenson told the outlet.

‘I woke up my wife from her dream and said,’ Hey. This is me. I recognize myself when I see myself. This is me.’

Brittney’s biological mother, who is now dead, had an older daughter, Anastasia McElroy, with whom Stevenson was related.

McElroy said she started crying when she found out about Stevenson.

“Emotions were so powerful that they took over my emotional spiritual self,” she told NBC.

Investigation

Stevenson said he remembers some details about his childhood, including that he stayed in a pastel pink room and had a feeding tube.

During the televised interview, she lifted her blouse to reveal scars on her stomach and other scars from the medical procedures she underwent as a child.

A prominent scar was visible on the left side of her stomach.

Police previously said Brittney had a scar on her upper left chest where she once had a medical port inserted.

Henrico police said they are investigating the claim with the FBI.

Lt. Matthew Pecka said the case went cold but was never closed.

“This is still an active investigation and we are working with our federal partners,” he told DailyMail.com.

“As soon as we get additional details, we will be able to provide [an] update.”

He did not say whether the police would conduct their own DNA test.

A missing person’s flyer said Brittney had chickenpox and needed medical attention.

Brittney disappeared while she was living under the legal guardianship of Kim E. Parker.

Parker admitted in 2013 that she continued to cash the missing girl’s disability checks after she disappeared, The Associated Press reported.

She pleaded guilty to security fraud for stealing $ 16,000 earmarked for the boy.

“While she was posing as a Good Samaritan, she was using the victim to perpetrate a fraud on society,” Federal Judge Richard L. Williams said during sentencing.

If Stevenson’s claims are true, it is unclear how Brittney ended up in foster care.

NBC, which has been closely following the case, reported that Parker claimed that she gave the child to a California couple.

Police disputed those claims, the outlet reported.

Kaylynn Stevenson Quick and Facts

  • Kaylynn Stevenson, 28, says a DNA test proves she’s the same girl who disappeared from a Henrico, Virginia foster home more than 20 years ago
  • Brittney Renee Williams, seven, went missing from her home August 18, 2000 
  • The little girl was believed to have AIDs, and was presumed dead by authorities
  • Stevenson said she compared her DNA to Brittney’s biological sister and got a nearly 97 percent match, meaning it’s  

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