Jeremy Kyle hits out at the system for building mum-of-11 a mini mansion
Jeremy Kyle has hit back at the government system for the mum-of 11 Heather Frost getting a brand new house in Gloucester.
Heather Frost, from Innsworth Lane, is having a six bedroom house built for her big family.
Heather, 36, says she has struggled along for five years in two Churchdown houses knocked together for her.
She has claims it is a "nightmare" because she finds it difficult to keep an eye on the children between the two houses.
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Housing provider, Severn vale housing has brought a plot of land in Northway Lane, for £210,000 to build the house for the family, as well as 12 other houses.
The new build house will be eco-friendly to keep her bills down.
Jeremy has lashed out at the system, for building the house in his column in The Sun today.
He is livid that the Heather will be getting a brand new house, even though she has two "freebie houses".
He said: "Thanks to the generosity of the Great British taxpayer, the Frost family will be lavished with a no - expense - spared six bedroom eco home tailored to their every need.
"With all its mod cons, this mini-mansion would cost you or me £400,000. Heather gets it for free. Now that's what I call a touch for Frost.
"It's the system that's most to blame here, not her. On the one hand I don't blame Heather. She asked, she got. She shouldn't and wouldn't if a fairer system was in place but clearly it is not.
"I have always believed that benefits were there to help those most in need – not those who just fancy a leg-up in life, or one too many leg-overs with consequences they aren't prepared to pay for."