TL;DNR version: bint's uterus puts her in the top 3% of UK earners.
Earlier this year, the Daily Star led an outcry after it emerged Heather Frost was getting a taxpayer-funded £500,000 mansion.
The 37-year-old had boasted about moving her super-sized family into the state-of-the-art home.
Frost, from Tewkesbury in Gloucestershire, claimed her specially-adapted double council house was not big enough.
The outrage over the move later led to the scrounger missing out on her new home.
Speaking on new Channel 5 documentary On Benefits And Proud, Frost is defiant over her lifestyle.
"It's a f****** s***** council house," she says.
"Everyone wants to believe what they read in the f****** papers don't they.
"Every child needs a house, a roof over their head I should say, don't they?
"It wasn't our choice for the council to build a new house, it was theirs.
"No one's put a gun to their f***ing head. I think they [other people] are jealous.
"F*** the lot of them! Everyone's entitled to their opinion but everyone's entitled to a place to live."
Frost has previously revealed she racks up an annual benefits claim of £66,000 a year - the same as an MPs salary.
The bumper payout puts her in the top three per cent of UK earners.
But Frost claims she has to watch her pennies, to the extent that she is forced to buy goods from shoplifters at knockdown prices.
"I'd be lost without my shoplifters because they bring all my washing powder," she adds.
"They do it for half the price of what the shop does."