Ra­heem’s mum still has so­cial hous­ing de­spite £2.5m man­sion

She stays on in area with mas­sive wait­ing list Threat to health from tox­ins in soil near Gren­fell Tower

Sunday Mirror - - FRONT PAGE - BY DAN WARBURTON BY DAN WARBURTON

TOX­INS that could cause life­long health prob­lems have been dis­cov­ered in soil and de­bris around Gren­fell Tower.

Pro­fes­sor Anna Stec, who con­ducted a study which found “huge con­cen­tra­tions” of po­ten­tial car­cino­gens, has is­sued a pri­vate RA­HEEM Ster­ling’s mum still has her hum­ble home on a hous­ing es­tate – two years af­ter she was handed a £2.5mil­lion man­sion by her Eng­land foot­baller son.

The Sun­day Mir­ror can re­veal Na­dine Clarke kept hold of the hous­ing as­so­ci­a­tion prop­erty even though needy fam­i­lies in the area face a wait of up to 27 years for a roof over their heads.

Na­dine, 44, is now said to di­vide her time be­tween the prop­erty on the es­tate where Manch­ester City ace Ra­heem grew up and her lux­u­ri­ous home 22 miles away in a leafy vil­lage.

There is no sug­ges­tion Na­dine is break­ing the law.

But it means fam­i­lies ur­gently wait­ing for so­cial hous­ing are be­ing de­prived when she has an­other pri­vately owned home.

Ra­heem, 23, faced pub­lic de­ri­sion af­ter he showed off his mum’s crys­tal-en­crusted bath- warn­ing to coun­cil chiefs about her find­ings and urged them to carry out fur­ther tests.

She said high lev­els of hy­dro­gen cyanide were dis­cov­ered in the de­bris af­ter the fire in June last year that left 72 dead and hun­dreds home­less.

Prof Stec also urged health room on so­cial me­dia af­ter Eng­land crashed out of the 2016 Eu­ros to Ice­land.

The ex-Liver­pool star, who takes home £170,000 a week, has also told how he used to help Na­dine clean ho­tel toi­lets.

He bought her the 10-bed prop­erty near Slough, Berks, af­ter land­ing his £44mil­lion move to City.

She and Ra­heem are listed on the Land Reg­istry as its own­ers.

But Na­dine is also still on the elec­toral roll at her hous­ing as­so­ci­a­tion home in the north­west Lon­don bor­ough of Brent, near Wem­b­ley.

When the Sun­day Mir­ror vis­ited the prop­erty a man said Na­dine split her time be­tween both places.

De­scrib­ing him­self as a rel­a­tive of Ster­ling, he told us: “She is au­thor­i­ties to take blood and saliva sam­ples from fire­fight­ers and sur­vivors. She said some had the “Gren­fell cough”, in­di­cat­ing high lev­els of con­tam­i­nants.

She said: “I al­ready have datasets that in­di­cate a num­ber of tox­ins that have not yet been mea­sured by Pub­lic Health ei­ther here or in the place in Slough.” More than 20,000 peo­ple are cur­rently reg­is­tered on a wait­ing list for a coun­cil house in Brent. Na­dine re­fused to speak when ap­proached at her man­sion and a spokesman for Ra­heem re­fused to com­ment. The com­pany that owns the Brent prop­erty, Cat­a­lyst Hous­ing Ltd, also de­clined to talk to us. A source said: “You would think Na­dine might have given the Brent place up since so many peo­ple are wait­ing for a place to live.” dan.warburton@ mir­ror.co.uk Eng­land. I think my re­search will show there are a num­ber of added tox­i­cants that need to be mea­sured.”

A PHE spokesman said: “Con­tam­i­nants in soils can come from a va­ri­ety of sources. It would be dif­fi­cult to link it di­rectly with the Gren­fell Tower fire.”

Na­dine lives at both the homes Prop­erty on an es­tate in Lon­don £2.5m pad in a Berk­shire vil­lage Ra­heem made Man City move

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