Arsenal star, Ainsley Maitland-Niles abandones ‘homeless’mother in a hole
Jule Niles explained that she has been homeless for the past 3 months claiming her son has refused to help her – She said she raised Ainsley and his elder brother up on her own without any help from anyone Jule Niles who is the mother of Arsenal star Ainsley Maitland-Niles explained that she is currently living in frustration and pains as her son has refused to come to her aid. She is presently sleeping in freezing 10ft square metal storage crate, while her son who earns £30,000-a-week at Arsenal lives in luxury £700,000 flat. Jule said she began living in the box three months ago after her relationship broke down with Ainsley, 20, who is rated at £15 million. The 38-year-old explained that she has been forgotten by her son since he started earning big money at Arsenal. “The money’s gone to his head as I live in a metal container with no windows or carpet. There is no toilet or washing facilities. “My son Ainsley could buy me a flat with two weeks or two month’s wages, but the money’s gone to his head and I’m in this position. “My son plays for Arsenal and I am homeless in a storage unit. “It’s not a home. I know what home feels like — to be able to shower, brush your teeth and sit in your room. “All that I miss, but most of all I miss my family. It’s horrible. I just want to know what I’ve done wrong.” Jule Niles explained according to UK Sun. Jule sat on a bare mattress on the container’s floor and told how she struggled as a single mum to raise Ainsley and charity worker Cordi in council houses in and around Ilford, East London. All around her are bags of family photos, including dog-eared pictures of Ainsley playing football as a toddler. Ainsley on the other hand was spotted by Arsenal scouts and signed for the club’s academy when he was six. And all the sacrifices of her mother appeared to have paid off when in December 2014 he made his debut for the Gunners aged 17 in the Champions League against Galatasaray. Four days later he made his Premier League debut in a 4-1 victory over Newcastle United. He currently lives in a new development in upmarket Finchley, North London, while his mother is homeless.
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