An unemployed heiress to a $12 million estate is sensationally denied access to her fortune until she finds a job or undertakes volunteer work.

Clare Brown claims her family members who hold her to her late father’s wishes forced her to collect welfare benefits and live in Mount Druitt, Sydney’s west.

“I called myself a broke millionaire because I’m constantly broke and there’s nothing I can do about it,” Brown said. A topical matter.

Claire Brown. (A current affair)
Clare Brown and her late father. (A current affair)

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The 26-year-old father has passed away, leaving his daughter a $12million estate with instructions around two key clauses.

“One clause was to get a job. The second clause was to contribute something to society. Check those two boxes and get access to all the money you like,” Brown’s cousin Jimmy said. A topical matter.

Clare Brown’s cousin, Jimmy. (A current affair)
Current Affair reporter Steve Marshall spoke to Clare Brown. (A current affair)

But Brown says a series of health issues associated with NDIS funding cuts have bolstered her ability to prepare for the job.

“Can you please stop with all the interest that I get a job? That’s not going to happen,” Brown lamented, of the spectacular $12 million family heirloom intervention.

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