How Doncaster single mum went from scraping by on benefits to being a multi-millionaire with a villa in Barbados
A Doncaster woman who went from living on benefits to being a multi-millionaire has spoken of how she turned her life around.
Belinda Grashion has revealed that she went from being a part-time massage therapist on benefits to becoming a wealthy property mogul living in luxury.
She told the Daily Mail how she struggled to make ends meet and broke down in tears in the living room of her small rented house as she realised that every penny of her income support would go towards paying her mounting bills - leaving her unable to have enough cash to eat.
"I cried because I so desperately... read more
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