Shannon Matthews’ childhood best friend spoke for the first time on a Channel 5 documentary series

Megan Aldridge shares her grief in The Disappearance of Shannon Matthews, which will be released on Wednesday the 10th February 2021 begins

Karen and Michael sedated Shannon and hid her in a divan bed with Michael

It also speaks to the police officers who found her and members of the local community

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Megan Aldridge first spoke to Channel 5 about the disappearance of her then best friend

She is visibly emotional during the interview as she describes her grief never to see Shannon again

She adds, “I literally lost my best friend, the only person I wanted to talk to and be around”

Megan has not seen Shannon since, as Shannon has a new identity for her own protection

She says, “It was annoying and it’s still that I’ll never see her”

At the time, nine-year-old Megan was seen crying at a press conference after Shannon disappeared

She now believes the case should be “put to bed” for Karen and her daughter

“Twelve years after I think everyone should put it to bed now and let Karen get on with her life, let the kids get on with their lives, and the estate go on with their lives and just let it die”

Meanwhile, Detective Constable Paul Kettlewell travels back to Michael Donovan’s apartment to find out when he saw Shannon hiding under a bed, tied with rope and drugged

He says, “I couldn’t believe I found her. We had Shannon and she was alive, I just couldn’t believe it”

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