Paris Fury has claimed that when her eldest daughter was just 11 years old, she was permitted to drop out of school. Venezuela, Paris and Tyson’s daughter, dropped out of school at the age of 11 to follow the “traveller life,” and Paris has already stated that she wants her other five children to do the same.
Paris has previously spoken about her childhood as a traveler, characterizing it as “old-fashioned.” “I am a Traveller, I am a Gypsy,” she claimed in an interview with the Irish Mirror. “When I was a small child, I was raised in a caravan.”
“There was no paperwork, and there are still gypsies today who can’t read or write; we’re simply that old-fashioned,” she says. “There is no true definition, no lineage since we never went to the doctor to declare we are who we are.”
The mum-of-six told The Sun’s Fabulous Magazine that children leaving primary school and being educated at home is “the traditional traveller method.”
“I am a Traveller, I am a Gypsy,” she claimed in an interview with the Irish Mirror. “When I was a small child, I was raised in a caravan.” It’s just a traditional way of life; there’s no true definition, no lineage, since we’ve never gone to the doctor to declare who we are. There was no paperwork, and there are still gypsies who can’t read or write now; we’re simply that backwards.”
However, the opinion of Paris’s boxer husband, Tyson, is undoubtedly hesitant on the idea of allowing the same to happen to his other children, since he wants them to have a full education at school according to information from the Mirror.
Paris Mulroy met her husband Tyson Fury at a wedding of family friends when she was 15 years old. After Paris’ 16th birthday party, the two soon became friends and began dating. They have 5 beautiful children together.