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Contestant Claimed Benefits Illegally
A former Big Brother contestant has
been ordered to pay back more than £12,000 she fraudulently
claimed in benefits.
Sally Pryzbeck, appearing under the
name Sallie Axl, was the first person to be evicted from the
show in 2013.
Pryzbeck, 32, continued to claim
housing benefit after moving out of her flat and into the Big
Brother house, and then her mum's home, Birkenhead Magistrates'
Judge Nick Sanders said she "should be
ashamed" of taking taxpayers' money.
Leanne Kennedy, from the Crown
Prosecution Service (CPS), said: "Let this be a lesson to
benefits cheats everywhere. What you are doing is not fair and
you won't get away with it."
Sallie Axl pleaded guilty to
dishonestly failing to notify a change of circumstances
The court heard Pryzbeck moved out of
her flat in Wallasey, Merseyside, on 8 July 2013 and into the
Big Brother house.
She was evicted after nine days and
then moved into her mother's home in Wallasey but did not
disclose her switch to the authorities.
She went on to be overpaid £12,349 in
housing benefit on her flat.
She told investigators she had claimed
the benefit because she had separated from her partner and was a
single parent on a low income, the CPS added.