He was once a crime boss who controlled a fortune of £200 million, but things have taken a turn for Terry Adam.
Despite the fortune he once claimed to have access to, Adam has now found himself signing on, and was pictured at the Job Centre in Hertfordshire.
The 61-year-old is thought to have been given £73.10 per week, which is the standard job seekers allowance.
His family have been linked to 23 murders, and the police are thought to have spent £50 million of the public’s tax money to try and bring him down.
He was finally jailed in 2007 for seven years, and is still fighting a court order stating he has to repay £750,000 in illegal profits.
The police still believe that Adam has millions tucked away, despite the criminal and his wife moving from a mansion in north London to a one bedroom flat.
A judge ruled that Adam has an ‘unidentified cash reserve’ and has not made a ‘full and candid disclosure’ about his wealth.
A Court of Appeal said the ruling was ‘questionable’.
While a cynic would say that Adam is signing on in order to make his case for the next round of court appearances over his wealth, the job centre don’t seem to view it like that.