A single mother from Lithuania who lives a life of luxury at the expense of Britain's taxpayers takes home more than £1,000 a month in handouts which funds her love of designer clothes and holidays.
Natalija Belova, 33, said she was shocked at how much she would be entitled to from the State after she moved here four years ago and fell pregnant.
Miss Belova did have a job as a job as casino croupier when she first moved to the country but was made redundant.
After falling pregnant she realised how much she was entitled to and now lives in a 'lovely' fully furnished two bedroom flat in Watford, Hertfordshire.
Despite her comfortable life she does think the government should pay for private nannies.
Miss Belova described using her credit cards in stores like Roberto Cavalli and the Armani Exchange. She uses her pay to cover the minimum repayment.
In September she holidayed with her daughter, who is now three, in Spain and only last month she enjoyed Christmas back in her native Lithuania where she spent £1,000.
Describing the system as 'strange' she said: 'Being in Britain offers me far better benefits.'
According to Miss Belova, a single mother in Lithuania would get £20 a month in child benefit plus discounted help with gas, electricity and housing.
But it wouldn't be enough to sustain the kind of lifestyle she enjoys here.
Miss Belova is a university graduate who can speak six languages but said if she got a job it would have to pay at least £25,000 - otherwise working full time would be worth her while.
Earlier this month, Eric Pickles delivered a blunt warning that Britain is going to face 'problems' when Britain is compelled by EU law to throw open its borders to citizens of Romania and Bulgaria later this year.
On Thursday the campaign group Migrationwatch released its own estimate that 250,000 will arrive from Romania and Bulgaria over five years - the equivalent of a city the size of Newcastle.