Disabled UK Woman Unhappy With Government Benefits Slams Queen, Government

A woman with disabilities is worried that she's going to be out on the street. She had a mouthful to say about the government, as well as the Queen, for living high on the horse while other people struggle to survive.

Debbie Merton, 46, hasn't been able to work in 24 years. She receives over $1,400 per month in benefits due to multiple disabilities, and she complains that it's not enough. When being interviewed by the show 'Benefits Britain,' a show about people living on public assist, she went on an angry rant.

“It’s bloody hard and the Government don't really give a s--t, they're alright in their posh houses and eating lobster and caviar every night," Merton complained. "Look at the Queen, she's got Buckingham Palace and God knows how many other f—king properties."

"It's just disgusting how they expect you to live on money and support a house and support yourself. It winds me up,” concluded Merton.

Merton is facing eviction and is worried she'll be homeless. Neighbors have been placing a number of complaints about her, saying they can hear fights and loud music coming from her home on a regular basis. A late-night party that resulted in a 2 a.m. phone call to police resulted in her final warning.

Merton is demanding the council help her relocate, or else she may end up on the streets.

You have to wonder if this woman accepts any responsibility at all for her situation, or if she really believes the Queen’s family ‘sitting pretty, eating swan’ in a palace is why she’s struggling.

Source: Mirror

Photo: Channel 5

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