Staying overseas, a dramatic end tonight to an international mystery, the little girl known only as maria, found living with an unrelated family in greece. So how did she get there? Tonight we have... See More
Staying overseas, a dramatic end tonight to an international mystery, the little girl known only as maria, found living with an unrelated family in greece. So how did she get there? Tonight we have the dna tests and the story. Abc's lama hasan. Reporter: This evening the mystery of little maria, solved. Dna tests confirming, the girl, dubbed the blond angel is the biological child of this roma or gypsy couple living in bulgaria. This is her mother. She says she gave birth to maria about four years ago in greece. Where she was working as an olive picker, too poor to care for her, she gave her away. She says she knew nothing of her daughter's fate until she spotted her on tv this week. And this is her brother, the resemblance striking. It's the end to more than a week long search, maria's picture rocketing across the world after greek police found the blue eyed blond haired girl living with this gypsy couple, a dna test confirmed maria was not theirs, and thousands of tips poured in including from the u.S. The parents of missing lisa irwin from kansas city thought she might be their daughter. Those hopes now dashed. Maria's biological family live in this gypsy camp. Her uncle saying their ten children sleep on the floor. Authorities here in bulgaria still investigating maria's parents, not sure they didn't sell their daughter. But her mother has told reporters she wants her little girl back home. For now, little maria is under the care of a greek charity, and said to be in good spirits, her final fate far from clear. Lama hasan, abc news, bulgaria.
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