Tyson and Paris Fury forced to move house after fans turn up at Morecambe residence asking for mental health advice

Paris Fury revealed she and world champion husband Tyson Fury have been forced to move houses after being inundated by strangers turning up at their door.
‘The Gypsy King’ is one of the most inspiring sports personalities in this country and is a proud advocate of mental health and providing support.
Tyson and Paris Fury have been forced to leave their Morecambe residenceGetty Images – Getty
Having suffered problems of his own, Fury returned from a two-year hiatus from the ring to win the WBC heavyweight world championship from Deontay Wilder.
The 32-year-old recovered from drink and drug abuse as well as depression and has inspired fans going through similarly tough times.
However, wife Paris is uncomfortable with the idea that one of her five kids could be opening the door to a stranger.
Speaking on Loose Women on Friday, she said: “We get people around the house. It’s not good, we actually have to because of that.
Fury wrenched the WBC heavyweight title from Wilder’s grasp in FebruaryGetty Images
“We’re in the process of moving house because we’ve had too many people at the door – too many strangers knocking.
“And we have five children here, it’s not like me and Tyson’s here, two adults who can sort of deal with situations.
“We have people coming to the house and the kids are opening the door and we don’t know who they’re opening the door to. It’s not what we need. It’s not the ideal situation.”
The new Loose Women panellist also urged those seeking help from the Fury family to find professional help as they do not have the proper training or education to deal with such problems.

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She said: “I think if people just understood that they need to go to professional help and that would help them.
“We can’t help them, Tyson can’t help them, we can’t make it right. But we’ve had letters, we’ve had people at the door.
“We even had someone at about 11 o’clock crying because they’re going to commit suicide. Again, we did stop and talk to them but it’s not something you can personally deal with. We’re not trained in that way.”

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