"The Kelly File" obtained exclusive, never-before-seen interviews with Lisa's parents recorded in the days immediately after her disappearance.
After DNA tests confirmed that a Bulgarian Roma couple are the biological parents of the blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl found at a gypsy camp in Greece, the parents of missing American Baby Lisa Irwin are speaking out.
Yesterday, we reported that a Bulgarian woman was claiming that she believed she may be the biological mother of a young blonde-haired girl found at a gypsy camp in Greece. Greg Palkot reported this morning that the Bulgarian Interior Ministry confirmed Friday morning that a DNA test proves that the woman, Sasha Ruseva, is the mother.
On Happening Now this morning, we heard an update to the mystery surrounding the young, unidentified girl found at a Gypsy camp in Greece and linked to the Baby Lisa case. A woman in Bulgaria has now emerged as the possible mother and will undergo DNA tests.
Could the little girl rescued from a gypsy camp in Greece be Baby Lisa?
The latest developments in the case of missing baby Lisa Irwin.
Baby Lisa Irwin disappeared two years ago this week, and police have just realized a photo of what she might look like today.