Thursday, February 23, 2017

Mum who won £14.5m on lottery tells neighbours to help themselves to her belongings as she dumps everything & moves out

A mum-of-four told neighbours on her council estate to help themselves to her belongings after winning a £14.5million lottery jackpot.
Beverley Doran, 37, gave away her sofa, washing machine and other property after cancelling her benefits and revealing plans to buy her first family home.
The single mum has already moved out of her three-bed semi in Shipley, West Yorkshire, after realising she had landed the EuroMillions jackpot on Saturday.
A skip outside the house was filled with remnants of her former life today as neighbours

helped themselves to freebies.
A friend who was guarding the property today said Beverley simply "won't be coming back", adding the life-changing win could not have happened to a better person.
Beverley realised she had struck lucky when she checked her phone will lying in bed on Saturday morning. Today she cancelled her £320 weekly benefit payments, on which she has relied for the past two years to look after her children - aged 17, 10, nine and five.
Beverley was forced to give up her job as a receptionist after two of her children were diagnosed with autism within months of each other in 2015.he said today: "It's been a struggle financially - the benefit woman nearly dropped the phone when I told her I'd won the lottery.
"It's overwhelming to think that I won't have to struggle again. Before all my money went on the children and I went around in rags.
"I could now even buy a plane! I suffered with depression just worrying about what was going to happen to my children.
"I'm still waiting for someone to come and burst my bubble."
Despite being a millionaire, Beverley had to borrow £1,000 from her friend to celebrate her win before the jackpot lands in her bank account.

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