ASHLEY Cain has revealed the huge warehouse full of designer clothes he donates after facing vile trolls.
The 30-year-old star shared her story on Instagram yesterday after receiving nasty messages about the money he and his partner Safiyya raised for the treatment of their baby daughter Azaylia’s leukemia before her death.
Cruel trolls had accused them of spending £ 1.5million on “flash cars and designer clothes”, with Ashley wasting no time putting them in their place.
In fact, the grieving father revealed that during the Battle of Azaylia, he emptied all of his expensive clothes after only being allowed to alternate at most five outfits during hospital visits.
He said it made him realize how little he needed all the parts, and he planned to give them to those less fortunate than him.
Ashley filmed an empty room full of clothes rails and rails, each overflowing with high quality clothes.
Currently looking for hostels, homeless shelters, charities that will do something good with these. “
There are also stacked crates full of other items – including shoes.
He told fans: “All the clothes that have been emptied from my house, washed and ironed, for people who need it more than me.
“Currently looking for hostels, homeless shelters, charities that will do something good with these.”
Speaking on her Instagram story yesterday, grieving Ashley shared: “There is a very, very small percentage of people who seem to have some form of hate or bitterness towards me or my situation, and I don’t understand how you may be envious or bitter about my situation because I lost something that mattered more than life itself.
“And every day it’s filled with pain, but some people think it’s viable to cast a shadow over what I’m trying to do.”
He then clarified that he got rid of his car during the Azaylia fight because neither he nor Safiyya were able to work, and they had additional expenses, including a stay in a hotel near the hospital. during weeks.
Ashley added that they were only worried about having enough money to keep a roof over their heads and eat as he fought back illness claims that they had spent their deceased’s charity money. girl for supercars and expensive clothes – stating they didn’t even have access to finance.
He went on to say that they were in the process of starting a charity in their baby girl’s name, and that the money would then be used to help other children battling cancer and their family members.
Azaylia tragically died in April at the age of eight months after a courageous battle with leukemia, which was diagnosed at the age of eight weeks.