Madeleine McCann suspect’s ex says she slept in same van ‘used for abduction’

The ex-lover of the Madeleine McCann prime suspect has told how she slept in the very same van that cops suspect he used to abduct the three-year-old.

Nuray Oezgen revealed that Christian B – who German police say they have “concrete evidence” murdered Madeleine – described the van as his “house”.

The suspected killer showed Nuray the Volkswagen T3 Westfalia at a park in Germany.

It has now become a vital clue in one of the biggest ever manhunts as witnesses say they saw it around the area Madeleine disappeared in Praia da Luz in 2007.

Chillingly, Christian once joked he could use his van to transport kids.

Nuray, who is now aged 52, told the Mail on Sunday: "He used to sleep inside. At the time, I just thought he was very poor.

“I sometimes stayed at night in the campervan with him."

She has publicly revealed details of her relationship with the suspected murderer, explaining how she met him whilst working in a German bar before moving in together.

But even in the early days of their pairing, Nuray claims Christian would be aggressive and had a weird obsession with schoolgirls.

She added: "He started taking interest in young girls, schoolgirls, who used to come to the kiosk before they went to school. I did not like that.

"He also started going to swingers’ clubs with friends and some young Croatian girls."

The pervert also committed other evil monstrosities, including sexually assaulting his pal’s five-year-old daughter and raping an American tourist in Portugal in 2006.

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When his home in Braunschweig was raided by cops, they found a grim collection of images showing sick child abuse.

German police officers started questioning Christian in relation to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in 2019.

Evidence shows the sicko was living in his campervan in Praia da Luz around the time she was snatched.

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