UK Model Selling £10,000 Tickets For Fans To See Her GIVE BIRTH… And Tickets SELL OUT (PHOTOS)


Scrounger mum Josie Cunningham has sold FOUR tickets to fans who wish to watch her give birth.

3AM have exclusively learned that the Leeds-born wannabe has made a whopping £30,000 from selling tickets to three journalists and one superfan (yes, really).

Josie has sold two £10,000 tickets – which allow spectators to film the birth, and two £5,000 tickets – which only allow people to watch.

We have no idea why anybody would want to do either.


Josie Cunnigham

Josie’s agent confirmed tickets to Josie’s birth have now sold out.

“She will use the money she makes to pay back the NHS for her treatments,” he confirmed.

The wannabe glamour model, who first hit the headlines after having a £4,800 boob job on the NHS, was left annoyed when a deal to sell DVDs of her labour with a pound shop fell through.

Josie, whose baby boy is due in October, told Closer magazine: “I was gutted when the DVD deal was pulled – I was set to make thousands and wanted to share the precious experience. I realised the next best thing would be to sell tickets of me giving birth at home.

“I’ve had a bit of interest already. I’m selling two tickets at £5k each and two at £10k, which are VIP.

“All tickets will include travel and accommodation and the pricer ones will entitle the ticket holder to film the birth and take photos.

“I’ll use the money to pay back the NHS for my surgery and will spend the rest on my kids.”


Scrounger Josie Cunningham

The fame-hungry brunette originally planned to abort her unborn baby because she thought it would ruin her chances of going into the Big Brother house, but she later changed her mind and decided to keep it.

Incredibly, Josie, 23, already has a ‘super fan’ (yes, there actually is one) who has bought a ticket to this bizarre event.

Paul Mills-Ash, 29, said: “I’ve followed Josie’s career since she first came into the public eye. I’m using my savings to buy a £5k ticket. It’s a lot of money but it’s worth it. It’ll be great to say I was at the birth in years to come.”


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