She claimed she was caught in a vicious circle of getting a job but losing it once her employers found out about her criminal record.'I thought what was the point in getting a job if it was only going to be for one or two months? Kim explained how her thieving began as a child desperate to provide food for her family before evolving into a 'personal shopping business'.'People would say they wanted to spend £200, so I would go out to somewhere like Next and get £400 worth of stuff and give them it for £200,' she explained.Kim revealed that she had written a book about her life which she claims is being considered as a screenplay.
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Sheffield Crown Court was told how Rhys Thirwell stole a total of £1,765 of goods during a shoplifting spree that saw him target shops in Ecclesall Road and the city centre on eight separate occasions between May and August of last year.
The 26-year-old admitted to eight counts of theft and a further count of possession of a bladed article during an earlier hearing.
The single mother, who is training to become a volunteer to work with children, said that she would love for actresses Sheridan Smith or Michelle Keegan to play her.
She joked that if her book was to be published that she might 'go nick one' from the stores, to which Phillip said: 'That is not going to help you employment chances!
Single mother-of-six Kim Farry, 56, from Fulham, London, was dubbed the 'millionaire shoplifter' after she made a 'business' out of her ill-gotten gains, which saw her jailed seven times.
She now lives solely on benefits after giving up stealing for her children, but said she struggles to live on '£60 a week' and can't get a steady job as she always loses work when employers find out about her criminal record.
Kim told presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby that she would never steal from someone because she had 'exposed' herself.'I know if I do [get a job] I would put a passion into it like I did with [stealing].
You know I can run a business, I have done all that,' she said.'It was the wrong way but I wasn't going to go without nothing, why should I?
Judge Thomas sentenced him to 146 days in prison, all of which Thirwell has already served on remand, and ordered him to complete a 12-month community order.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating