"No law against a big family" - Mum of 11
Mother of 11 Heather Frost has defended her choice to have so many children and be housed at public expense.
Heather hit the headlines this year when it emerged she was in line to benefit from a custom built £500,000 six-bedroom mansion on a housing estate in Tewkesbury.
But housing provider Severn Vale did a U-turn in July, claiming the house wasn't suitable for the jobless 37-year-old and her family after all.
In a trailer for a TV show to be shown on Monday Heather gives vent to some uncompromising views.
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In an oath-filled monologue she said: "It's a council house. Every child needs a house, a roof over their head I should say, don't they? It wasn't our choice for the council to build a new house, it was theirs.
"No one's put a gun to their head. I think they are jealous. Everyone's entitled to their opinion but everyone's entitled to a place to live."
She added: "Yes, it's my choice and my decision to have a large family but there's no law out there to say how many kids you can have or can't have. There's people out there with more kids than me, that's my argument."
Heather’s two adjoining council houses in Innsworth Lane in Churchdown, which form a six-bedroom house are now to be renovated.
On Benefits and Proud will be shown on Channel Five on Monday at 9pm.