Report: Agency Worker Receives Death Threats Over Madeleine McCann Look-Alikes

A woman offering Madeleine McCann child look-alikes for hire has received death threats, U.K.’s Daily Mail reports.

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Shona Juliet-Adams, 41, whose agency offers the look-alikes for about $1,174 an hour, said she has been receiving "threatening phone calls and death threats."

McCann, a British citizen, disappeared before her fourth birthday while on vacation with her parents in Portugal, and the case has garnered international interest.

One of the look-alikes, American girl Kelsey Lynn Kudla, 3, is reported to have a "compelling" resemblance, the Daily Mail reports.

Kudla could earn millions were she to star as Madeleine in any film about the girl’s disappearance, Adams said.

A spokesman for Kate and Gerry McCann, Madeleine’s parents, said the scheme is "disgraceful, hurtful and offensive."