Remember Josie? Go on, the one woman wrecking crew. She’s at it again

1413295800931_wps_8_Jordan_wannabe_Josie_CunnI’ve covered the adventures of Josie Cnningham before.  She got boobs paid for by the tax payer.  At some point she felt she should return the money to the tax payer, but found that she could only make sufficient cash through prostitution.  THEN she fell pregnant and didn’t know which client was the father.

That Josie.

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Would-be glamour model Josie Cunningham has called breastfeeding ‘vile and borderline incest’ in an online dig at new mother, singer Kimberley Walsh.

Cunningham, who sparked outrage after undergoing a £4,800 ($9600) breast enlargement on the NHS, gave birth to her third child, daughter Grave Neiv, last month, but she went onto Twitter this morning to say she was not breastfeeding her.

In an apparently unprompted jibe, the 24-year-old from Leeds told her 58,700 followers: ‘Wish people would stop asking if I’m breastfeeding like Kimberley Walsh.

‘No I’m not! I think the idea is vile and borderline incest!’

It takes a while to get your mind around it.  At first, I’m thinking… well, drinking human milk is more akin to cannibalism, she’s got the wrong word.  And only then it sank in:  she thinks breast feeding has a sexual component to it.  

Lactation consultant Emma Pickett, who is also chairman of the Association of Breastfeeding Mothers, told MailOnline it was ‘sad’ that Miss Cunningham had apparently ‘lost sight of what her breasts are really for’.

Yeah… the woman is bonkers.  Incest.  With a baby.

Miss Cunningham, who already has two boys aged six and three, gave birth to her first daughter last month

I wonder if she solved the Dad problem yet.  Not that it matters, the tax payer will obviously help with bringing this child up as well.

 

– Daily Mail


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