An unemployed heiress to a $12 million estate is sensationally being denied access to her fortune until she gets a job or undertakes voluntary work.
Clare Brown claims family members holding her to her late father’s wishes have forced her onto welfare payments and living in Western Sydney’s Mount Druitt.
“I have called myself a broke millionaire because I am broke constantly and can’t do anything about it,” Brown told A Current Affair.
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The 26-year-old’s father passed away, leaving his daughter a $12 million estate with instructions around two key clauses.
“One clause was to get a job. The second clause was to contribute something to society. Tick those two boxes and access all the money you like,” Brown’s cousin Jimmy told A Current Affair.
But Brown claims a range of health issues coupled with NDIS funding cuts have spiked her ability to get job-ready.
“Can you please stop with the whole point of me getting a job? It’s not going to happen,” Brown lamented, about the spectacular $12 million family inheritance intervention.
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