Children Of Transgender Lottery Winner Tell Her To “Keep Every Penny” Of £4Million Fortune

Taxi driver Melissa Ede’s estranged children have vowed they will not seek any cash from her after she walked out on them years ago

The children of transgender lottery winner Melissa Ede have told her she can stick her fortune.

The taxi driver, 57, won £4million on a £10 scratchcard and said it was “payback time” for loyal pals.

But she said there were no plans for her four estranged kids, who she only expected to hear from to seek cash.

Hitting back, her youngest son said today he would never ask for anything.

The 34-year-old, who stayed anonymous, said he was seven when Melissa, then a man called Les, walked out.

He said: “He sent a birthday card with an IOU for £20. He took us to McDonald’s every other weekend, then stopped turning up. A few years back we went for a pint. He was still Les and gave a sob story and asked to borrow money. I would never ask for anything off him.”

The family said they are not angry Les has become Melissa but feel humiliated by his video posts in skimpy outfits. And they were appalled when Melissa – who now wants to be on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! – tried to sell her female virginity online.

Her son, from Hull, said: “I have no problem with dad being transgender but I do with him humiliating the family like this.”

The pal said: “She doesn’t care if she’s got £4million”.

Emily appeared on Jeremy Kyle with Melissa and a test proved she was not her dad. Melissa insisted this week that she was, as she raised her. But the pal said: “He left when she was four. He’s a walking train wreck.”

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