Jeff Brazier’s son Bobby, 17, begs fans for money on TikTok – claiming dad will 'kick him out' if he doesn’t pay rent

JEFF Brazier's 17-year-old son Bobby has begged fans for money on TikTok – claiming his dad will "kick him out" if he doesn't pay his rent in three days.

The teen model has over 62,000 followers on his social media account, which has a link for financial donations in the bio.

In a bizarre video that was shared earlier today, Bobby is undergoing some self-care as he downs water while wearing a cream face mask.

Then, with just a towel around his waist, he successfully slices a piece of fruit mid-air after it is thrown at him in the kitchen.

But the caption took a slightly different turn, with Bobby pleading poverty as he wrote: "I’ve got rent to pay in 3 days and it ain’t happening 😂

"If there's a god out there, will you PayPal me."


He then added in the comments: "Someone swing me a fiver or I'm gonna get kicked out."

One confused fan asked: "Can you just ask your family or something?"

Bobby replied: "Wish I could, my friend, but I have to pay rent to live in my own house and I'm 17, LIBERTY mate."

He then 'liked' supportive messages that expressed outrage at the teen paying his way in the family home.


One read: "That's terrible. You shouldn't have to unless you're earning a lot."

And another: "Why would they even do that to their own son??"

Despite the teen's claims, Jeff – who has an estimated net worth of £7 million – won't make his son homeless by kicking him out.

The 41-year-old star is also a devoted dad to 15-year-old Freddie, and recently treated the teenagers to an emotional trip in Cornwall where they enjoyed quality family time.


He shares his two boys with ex Jade Goody, who tragically passed away in 2009 when her children were still small.

The TV presenter is now married to Kate Dwyer, with Jeff recently revealing that lockdown had made their relationship stronger after a difficult period last year.

Meanwhile, Bobby has enjoyed huge success as a young model, walking in fashion week's across the globe.


Bobby made his mark in the lucrative industry by walking for Dolce & Gabbana in Milan, also appearing at a prestigious Tommy Hilfiger event in London.

The teen previously admitted that he stumbled into the job after getting into trouble at school and being hauled in alongside his dad for a meeting.

In an Instagram Q&A, Bobby explained: "I go Costa for a little prep talk with my dad and then when we leave @cesarpin is chasing me down the street asking me if I'm a model."

Cesar Perin is the model scout who signed Bobby to agency Unsigned Group.

The teen previously admitted that he isn't sure if he was going to model full time, which is why he is also completing a marketing apprenticeship.

He said in December: "Modelling has been great fun, I'm loving it: you get a chance to do something exciting.

"I'm modelling alongside my apprenticeship; I'm not sure if it will be full time yet, we will have to see how it goes."

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