A Rich Kids Go Skint star sneered at a single mum’s living conditions and blamed her "bad decisions" for her financial situation – while admitting she’d never washed up or got a bus before.
Beauty salon owner and part-time DJ Jodie Weston, 25, swapped her four-figure monthly allowance and posh London apartment for mum-of-two Becky Wilson’s tiny council flat in Essex.
But rather than having sympathy for Becky’s £3-a-day budget, spoilt Jodie said Becky "kept making bad decisions" that stopped her earning more money.
The pampered princess had to learn a host of basic life skills, including chopping an onion and catching a bus, and moaned when Becky’s 19-month-old daughter dropped spaghetti on her dry clean-only coat.
"I feel like in my episode in particular I didn’t sympathise too much," Jodie told the Sun ahead of her episode next week.
"With Becky it was a little bit like one bad decision after another after another after another.
"It just kind of felt like she wasn’t utilising her opportunities enough. She’s a nice girl I just feel like she keeps making bad decisions."
Among Jodie’s gripes was that Becky had enrolled her son Eddis in a school that took three bus journeys to get to.
"By the time she gets there and drops the kids off, if she came back she’d have to go straight back again so she stays near the school the whole day," she said.
"Becky just has a coffee with one of her friends. That again is another one of her bad decision I feel.
"If she put them in a school near she’d be able to have a part-time job in the day in the few hours that she has."
Jodie – who branded the fact she had to wash up as "tragic" – also took issue with Becky’s big bed and telly, which she said the exhausted mum shouldn’t be getting "if you are struggling".
"Everything was on finance and like it was huge like her TV was absolutely enormous, bigger than mine," she added.
The blonde bombshell, who frequently brags about her designer bags and luxury £15,000 holidays to her 17,000 Instagram followers, spectacularly missed the point when she handed Becky a voucher at the end of filming.
"I gave Becky a voucher. She said when she was on the show she would really like to get laser hair, but she never came to get it," said Jodie.
"That’s another thing, I’m trying to help you but you aren’t helping yourself. She’s a nice girl I just think mine and her mentality were polar opposite."
Jodie added: "I feel like the whole experience for me was kind of eye-opening, but at the same time it was very draining for me because it was being in a completely different environment, completely different mentality and living someone else’s life that is very chaotic.
"Thank God I am on my way home now and I’m not looking back."
*Rich Kids Go Skint airs Wednesdays at 9pm on 5Star.
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