A faded mother who was forced to sleep at a police station was told that she had to leave the flat she had been given a few days after her move.
Margaret Cash, who had been homeless for a year, had to sleep with her family in the station a few weeks ago, because there were no emergency homes for them.
Last Friday they were moved to a three-bedroom apartment in Dublin's northern city center, after being told they could have the test block for a week and then month after month.
But the mother of the seven wrote on Facebook: "The landlord needs the apartment because he leaves it from 2 September.
"The council hoped they said it was a long-term on a monthly basis.
"No such thing, what do I have to say to my children? I really can not handle this, feel deeply grieved."
The family now has until Friday to live somewhere else.
Last night, late in the evening, the Margarita told her she was not able to tell the children about the new battle.
She said, "How can I tell them? They are settling down and putting the posters on their walls.
"I do not know where they go to school, because who knows where we will be? How do they make friends?
"The landlord was nice, really a very nice guy, but he told me that he agrees to give it to students from September 2nd.
The council says that they will have a flat on Friday, but how can you trust them after what has happened?
Margaret shocked the nation with photos from her sons – Johnny, 11, Tommy, ten, Miley, seven, Jim, four, Rocky, two and one year old Andy – who tried to crouch on chairs in Tallaght Garda Station.
They were later joined by nine-year-old sister Rebecca in their temporary home.
Margaret was the subject of much online abuse last week and accused of using her children to get a new home.
But she again despised the claims of trolls and claimed that she still had no permanent residence. She said: "I have been on the housing list for 11 years, so I earn one at this stage, that's what I say to those people.
"But I still do not have one, this is only temporary, who knows, we might all move again in another week."
Similar apartments in the Parnell Street area are rented for approximately € 2,500 per month.
The mother had photo ?? s released from her six sons – Johnny, 11, Tommy, ten, Miley, seven, Jim, four, Rocky, two and one year old Andy – who tried to crouch on chairs in Tallaght Garda Station. This led to a great debate about homeless services throughout Ireland.
They have since been accompanied by their nine-year-old sister Rebecca in their new temporary home.
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Margaret insists that she is finally still fond of having a house – and the trolls will not keep silent.
She told us: "It will not stop me, I will continue to emphasize the homeless crisis, there is no limit to the number of children you can have – it does not matter if I have one or more children.
"I'm not the problem, I do not know why people have a problem with me, the councils and the government are the problem."
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