He appeared in the first series of the Channel 4 documentary.
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Deny it all you want, but at some point in your life you've been forced to clear your browsing history because of some questionable content you found yourself viewing at nearly midnight on a Friday after a stressful week. Sometimes the temptation is just too much to avoid surfing to the wrong side of the tracks and what follows is a swift re-writing of history where we pretend that we were on the phone or had dropped off for a moment instead.
Documentaries about benefits and those who get them can be insightful, but when you're tuning in for a thrill it's poverty porn - so do remember to feel a tad ashamed when the credits roll.
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White Dee at her home in James Turner Street After Benefits Street was broadcast, it was announced Love Productions, the
One of the stars of the controversial documentary series Benefits Street, White Dee, has announced she is "swaying towards
Channel 4 has been accused of perpetuating a "monstrous travesty of reality" by making a "vapid and exploitative" TV series
Instead of 'poverty porn' being used to undermine the support for the welfare state, we would have a media that highlights the violently unequal society in which we live and reveal the hypocrisy that lies at the heart of it.
After finding fame on ‘Benefits Street’ and starring in ‘Celebrity Big Brother’, White Dee is planning her next small screen