I earn £4,000 a month, buy designer clothes for my children and undergo expensive beauty enhancements - but I won't give up my council house

Whitney Ainscough, 30, from Rotherham, has recently witnessed a boom in her social media following, meaning she can rake in thousands of pounds each month, according to The Sun.

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I earn £4,000 a month, buy designer clothes for my children and undergo expensive beauty enhancements - but I won't give up my council house Whitney Ainscough, from Rotherham, used to work in the pharmacy sector READ MORE: TikToker mum divides opinion with ultimate 'lazy tea' after making spaghetti bolognese in the MICROWAVE By Alanah Khosla For Mailonline Published: 11:57 EST, 11 February 2024 | Updated: 11:57 EST, 11 February 2024 e-mail View comments A woman has revealed she can earn up to £4,000 a month from social media, but refuses to give up her council house. Whitney Ainscough, 30, from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, has recently witnessed a boom in her social media following, meaning she can rake in thousands of pounds each month. Previously, Whitney lived off Universal Credit.

But now her finances have improved, meaning she could undergo expensive beauty enhancements and go on luxury holidays. Despite earning her keep, Whitney regularly receives backlash from critics claiming she buys luxuries with benefits. However, in conversation with The Sun , the mother-of-three revealed that she can make up to £4,000 a month, or £208,000 a year, from social media work.



Whitney Ainscough (pictured), 30, from Rotherham used to live off Universal Credit. Now, she's caused a storm online and made thousands of pounds, meaning she can go on lavish trips to Egypt Whitney, who has three children called Cora, 11, Addison, six, and Adley, two, said that she used to work in the pharmacy.