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A local woman is taken by an Indiana couple was left in the lurch by them, after they claimed to have learned that she lied about her age and was actually a 22 – or 33-year-old woman tells the bizarre accusations made against her are not true.

Description: Natalia Barnett, an orphaned dwarf, about the allegations in an interview with the Dr. Phil is scheduled to air on his talk show on Thursday. Her story drew nationwide attention in September after her adoptive parents, Kristine Barnett, 45, and Michael Barnett, 43, are each charged with two counts of neglect of a dependent resulting from the move to Canada in 2013 is, without Natalia, who, according to the researchers.

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The Barnetts, who have now separated, and, presumably, Natalia, in 2010, and a doctor determined she was estimated to be about 8 years old. Natalia told me that the Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Department in September of 2014, they came to the U.S., “by way of adoption, in 2008, from her home country of Ukraine, and the Barnetts took her two years later.

Description: Natalia Barnett says Dr. Phil, they just want “people to hear my side,” about the bizarre allegations made against her by her adoptive parents. Her interview is set to air on Thursday.
(Tr. Phil)

She said that she was living with the Barnetts for a year or two in Hamilton County. A skeletal survey was taken to Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital in 2012 and is estimated to Natalia, age 11, according to WISH-TV.

But, in that same year, the Barnetts have changed Natalia’s age to 22, and, shortly thereafter, moved to Canada. While the couple have reportedly hired Natalia for an apartment in Lafayette, Ind., she didn’t know anyone in the city, and with no means of financial support. It was finally released in the end of 2014, at which point she was said to be overheard by the neighbours.

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Natalia says that she has not given the Barnetts as they are leaving the country. The pair made a whole range of outlandish accusations against the Ukrainian, who is supposed to be an adult only posing as a little girl. Kristine told the news station, in September, of that Natalia was diagnosed as a psychopath and a sociopath, and claimed the approval was a “scam.”

For the Barnetts, recently told ABC News’ “Good Morning America,” they believe that Natalia would be able to are as long as 33.

In her interview with Dr. Phil, the host, asks Natalia if she was a “33-year-old scam artist.”

“She’s been painted as an evil dwarf, and that’s going to be a gif of a cup of coffee, or put it in their bedrooms…and They say that you cheated them, lied about how old you are, and terrorized them,” Dr. Phil, Natalia replies through tears: “It’s not true at all.”

Michael Barnett, 43, and Kristine Barnett, 45, were both charged with child neglect after leaving for their adopted daughter to fend for themselves in Indiana, and while they have moved to Canada.
(Tippecanoe County Sheriff’s Office)

“Why did they want to get rid of it so bad? A 6 – or 7-year-old child, living in an apartment alone for a year? It’s just not believable to me,” he said. “I think it comes down to the question of whether you are an angry psychopath, demon child that would come here to murder anyone.”

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The Ukrainian woman of an indeterminate age said that they only want people to hear my side of it.”

Last week, a judge in Tippecanoe County, Ind., issued a gag order in the case, tells the story of the Barnetts, they are not able to discuss Natalia’s medical, mental health, or educational records, or in the media interviews that, because of these characteristics, can help to ensure that the pretrial publicity that makes it very difficult to find an impartial jury.

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The spouses may, however, discuss the allegations and have their defence in the terms and conditions, as long as their comments do not dispute the couple’s adopted daughter, the judge said.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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