A family of ten who receive an estimated £44,000 a year on benefits have been moved to a “dream” house worth £425,000 in in Milton Keynes from Luton.
They left their 2 bedroom housein Luton and in new home they have four-bedroom which has a master room with en suite plus three other doubles, a utility room, garage, garden and a driveway that would normally cost £1,200 per month.
Their neighbours are angered and told media that its unfair the family did not have to pay rent in a lovely estate.
On Neighbour said, people to desperate to move to this area, but this family has played with system and living without rent.
Father-of-eight Arnold Sube and wife Jeanne both aged 33 were born in Cameron but later moved to France as teenagers moved to Luton, Britain from France in 2012 after Mr Sube got a place on a mental health nursing course at the University of Bedfordshire.
The family initially lived in a 5 bedroom in Luton worth £220,000. After landlord sold it, they were moved to at the Hampton by Hilton hotel in Luton at a cost of £38,400 for 4 months, The council also paid £21,000 for the family’s room service and restaurant bill after Mr Sube refused to pay.
Mr Sube told media that they say, we are greedy, but we are not greedy – we just want a home for the kids, he added “I previously worked in a warehouse in France, where i was able to rent a home. I regretted leaving France after moving in this property, even my kids did.”
Source/ Credit : Daily Mail