Arsenal Footballer Homeless Mum Sleeping In Freezing Crate

March 4, 2018 by arjun

Arsenal footballer Ainsley Maitland-Niles earning is £30k per week but his homeless mum has been sleeping in a freezing crate for three months.


Ainsley Maitland-Niles mother Jule Niles claimed that she has been living in 10 ft. storage unit crate in this freezing cold since 3 months. She ended up living homeless life when his son living in a £700k apartment refused to be a guarantor.  

Jule Niles could not afford a rented room as she has financial problem and son doesn’t care anymore. The container in which she lives has neither windows nor even a carpet to withstand the cold weather. Moreover, it has no washing facility & toilet.

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CAPTION: Arsenal Footballer Homeless Mum Sleeping In Freezing Crate SOURCE: Dailymail

“It’s not a home. I know what home feels like- to be able to shower, brush your teeth and sit in your room” says Jule Niles.

In the Christmas cold night, she was alone and did her lunch at a nearby homeless center while her son enjoyed elegant recipes and Friends Company including his brother.

She spent her day somewhere near a local library or coffee shops to keep her warm and for the shower, she pays £2.

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CAPTION: Arsenal footballer Ainsley Maitland-Niles mother Jule Niles life in freezing crate SOURCE: Dailymail

She misses her family. She is unknown to her mistakes that have forced to live such horrible life. It has broken her heart. Being a mother of a professional English footballer, she is living a street life. In a place covered with snow for days.

The situation turned so fast that she could not figure out whether it was dream or reality. As per Jule, it started when she returned from Australia to home in August 2016.

Later one night when she woke up in the middle of the night, she found herself alone in the house and her sons were missing. She quickly filed a missing complaint. Then she rushed towards the son’s training center and found him on the training ground.

CAPTION: Ainsley Maitland-Niles whose mother lives homeless life SOURCE: custom

Ainsley gave her mother lift to home and parted his way telling that “I just want to live my life”. She believed it was due to his career. She was given 6-months interval to shift into a new house and when she was unable to find a new home she was kicked out.

This is how her happy times turned into a memory.