THE mother of missing Irish girl Amy Fitzpatrick has slammed the ‘sick’ people who are using images of her daughter for fake Facebook profiles.
Audrey Fitzpatrick said she is ‘disgusted’ and ‘distraught’ over Facebook profiles impersonating her daughter and herself.
The profiles, which are named Chloe Ville Anckarstrom and Kelly Harrison include pictures of Amy and Audrey respectively.
Facebook are currently investigating the situation after Audrey submitted a formal complaint.
“I’m disgusted how people can do this,” she said. “I am here to defend myself but Amy is not. And for someone to use Amy’s face as their own makes my blood boil.
“If only these people who seem to be well able to use computers, would put them to good use for Amy.”
In 2012 Audrey claimed that she and her partner Dave Mahon – currently in jail for killing Amy’s brother Dean Fitzpatrick – were told by an underworld figure that Wilson was responsible for the disappearance.
Gardaí and Spanish police had both ruled out the possibility and now Audrey (48) has conceded that this is the case.
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