5m EuroMillions jackpot says ex won't get a penny as he moans 'I'll always be skint' Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA mum of four who won on EuroMillions told of her shock after securing the windfall as she revealed her ex wouldn't be getting a penny.
Beverley Doran, 37, also told how she had wasted no time transforming her life.The single parent has already ditched benefits, abandoned her council house, viewed posh houses with an estate agent and moved into a hotel.She even allegedly took time out to tell her ex he wasn't getting a penny of her massive win."I'll always be skint!" he admitted.Beverley's Euromillions winning numbers were 25, 19, 33, 36, 48 and the Lucky Stars were 2, 9.As the mum who has three boys, aged 17, 10 and 9 and a girl aged five gave a press conference, three cars arrived at her Shipley council home in West Yorkshire, to clear it out.A skip outside ray band aviators was crammed full of old toys, ray ban 3221 bits of furniture, towels and suitcases. One local jumped inside and started handing out Bev's cast offs.The former receptionist, who gave up work to look after her children as two have autism, told how she had already been making a lot of change in her life.After splitting from her partner seven months ago, she shed three stone.She revealed how one of the first things she did after the win was to ring the benefits office to tell them she no longer needed the payout.She said: "I rung the inland revenue (sic) this morning to say that my circumstances had changed and she said, 'How come?' and I said 'I've won the Euros.'"She was like, 'Oh, how lovely, congratulations!' When I told her how much she went quiet. I thought the phone had gone dead."I said, 'Hello are you still there?' I think she nearly dropped the phone."But Beverley became tearful as she explained: "It's overwhelming to know that I'm never going to have to struggle again. It's just come at a right nice time. I've been there like most people. I've struggled."I've spent many a night with depression, wondering what would happen to my children, especially when they are older. Now I don't have that worry."Euromillions winner Jane Park scraps plans to sue Lottery bosses for 'ruining her life'She explained how she was forced to give up work two years ago to care for ray ban 4141 her two youngest children, who are autistic.A third child is currently undergoing test to see if he is autistic too.Beverley said: "My son's a runner. It's taken it's toll on me."She says her priority is a new home so each child has their own room instead of being crammed into their council house.The most expensive house in Shipley currently is a seven bed house worth Beverley said: "We live in a three bed house and there are five of us.
It has ray ban official sale been crammed for them."It will be good to have their own space, their own room and a nice garden in a nice area. I'm not going to change their schools though.
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