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Immigrant Family Turns Down Free Housing In 5-Bed House, Says They’re “Entitled” To A Bigger One

A migrant couple living off of taxpayer funds turned down a 5 bedroom home because they insisted the house was not big enough.

Arnold and Jeanne Sube are originally from Cameroon in west Africa, the Express reported. They immigrated from Paris in 2012 with their eight children, and lived in a three-bedroom home that cost the state nearly $20,000 a year.

When the family was offered a home with two more bedrooms, the couple insisted the house was not large enough. Read the full article here ▶