Britain's youngest mother aged 12 evicted over 'wild drug-fuelled parties'

London, Sept 24 (ANI): The woman, who became Britain's youngest mother after a one-night stand at the age of 12, has been evicted from her home for throwing "wild drug-fuelled parties".

Amy Crowhurst, now 20, who gave birth to baby Alfie after a fling with a 15-year-old boy in a youth club, and who had a second child named Destiny-Rose in 2006, has been thrown out of her home in Crawley, West Sussex.

A spokesman for Crawley Borough Council said the eviction came after neighbours complained about the loud music and drug-taking on the premises.

He said Crowhurst was evicted by her own landlord, as she was a private tenant, who benefited from the council's rent deposit scheme.

Landlord David Bryant said Crowhurst had moved into the three-bedroom house just over a year ago.

He said the mother-of-two left the home in a 'total mess', with Lottery scratch cards strewn about the flat and the carpets ruined after chocolate and dirt were trodden into them.

"She was referred to me by the council. There were problems from the start," the Daily Mail quoted him as saying.

"She has been in court for drug offences and recently had her stereo taken from her because she was making such a nuisance with noise.

"That was the final straw. Something had to be done," he stated. (ANI)

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