Paris Fury slams 'privileged little brat' daughter for wanting to 'sponge off' dad Tyson
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At Home with the Furys has been out on Netflix for close to a week now, and it is safe to say that fans are loving it.
Providing a unique insight into the Fury family has led to the Netflix series to becoming one of the top ten most watched on the platform.
And just like any other family, there are a few arguments in At Home with the Furys.
One particular bust-up saw Paris criticise her daughter Venezuela for planning to 'sponge off' her dad Tyson while also calling her a 'privileged brat' in the process.
Venezuela has been in the public eye before after she left school for good at the age of just 11.
However, Paris explained in an interview last year that taking Venezuela out of school was her idea - in keeping with traveller tradition.
And although Tyson was unsure at first, he eventually agreed that it was for the best.
As part of At Home with the Furys, Paris said that she wanted her daughter to start making a 'a few choices' about what she wanted to do with her life and career.
The conversation began with Paris asking: "What are you going to do? What's your job?"
Venezuela replied: "Sit at home," which prompted a rather unimpressed reaction from Paris.
"By the time I was 12 or 13, your granny was showing me everything I needed to know about home life and then once a week I used to go to a centre where we used to do like Gypsy Traveller meetings," Paris continued.
"Being deadly serious now, I don't have a plan. I don't want to do anything from the bottom of my heart," Venezuela said.
Paris then replied: "So if you haven't got a plan and you don't want to do anything what do you think is going to happen all your life? Are you just going to live off your dad?"
And she agreed, leading to Paris asking: "Are you just going to sponge?" to which Venezuela just nodded.
She then slammed her daughter's decision, saying: "You're not a proper person then are you? You're absolutely not a proper person at all because a proper person wouldn't want to live off their family all their life.
"I always thought of something how to better myself, you are obviously just a privileged little brat."
Venezuela was quick to defend her stance, replying: "If a normal girl said that it wouldn't matter, they'd think 'oh yeah, all right let her do it'.
"But because I am who I am everything is going to think I'm spoilt because I don't want to do anything."
Her mother then said that she couldn't just 'scrape through life willy-nilly', adding: "You have to pick a path."