Little madam ... Madison Wren-Campbell
SPOILT nine-year-old Madison Wren-Campbell felt the wrath of Supernanny after driving her mum to the brink of despair and BANKRUPTCY. Despairing Moya had to sell her house to pay off the huge debt she had built up pandering to Madison and older sister Leah's expensive tastes.
The pint-sized brat's wardrobe included bespoke dresses costing £450 a pop, with £200 Juicy Couture tracksuits as her play clothes.
Beautician Moya, 40, also shelled out up to £5,000-A-MONTH ferrying her tiny diva to beauty pageants across the globe in her bid to become a famous model.
Struggles ... Madison and Moya JAYNE RUSSELL
But Madison turned her family home into a warzone with her tantrums, cheek and demands.
And Moya was forced to call in TV Supernanny Jo Frost when Madison spat in her face after being checked for her cheek.
The no-nonsense child behaviour expert brands the youngster "Frankenstein" in her new Channel 4 show Jo Frost: Extreme Parental Guidance.
But she blames MOYA for creating the mini-monster - and is horrified when she sees the youngster's wardrobe stuffed with over £3,500 worth of designer togs.
In next Tuesday's episode Jo, the last refuge for beleaguered parents across the UK, rips into Moya and fumes: "Your kids are spoilt because you've made them spoilt.
"You have put a price on your love. It's madness when you are in debt. You have created Frankenstein."
The Scottish Sun revealed Madison's incredible lifestyle last year when she appeared on BBC Three documentary Baby Beauty Queens.
Tots as young as three compete in events like Mini Miss UK, Baby Miss Intercontinental and the Cinderella Pageant.
And they are pampered with spray tans, acrylic nails, false eyelashes, hairpieces, eyebrow plucks, make-up and couture dresses.
Tough love ... Jo gets to work CHANNEL 4
Moya, from Glasgow, admitted then that she encouraged Madison, insisting: "The competitions promote good manners and sophistication."
But when confronted by Supernanny, she admits: "Anything I have I just spend on my kids, the way they dress, the way they look. I'm in debt for thousands and thousands of pounds and am now having to sell my house to pay it off.
"The designer clothes, the pageants. It all costs a lot of money.
Diva ... Madison in make-up ALAN PEEBLES
"But Madison is so disrespectful. She's just a little diva. It's stubbornness, cheekiness and arrogance. Her moods affect the whole house."
A tearful Moya adds: "I have made a total a*** of my life over the years.
"I could be sitting alright but I just got my priorities wrong."
Jo, 38, instructs Moya to instill new rules in the home where the girls have to help with chores.
The consequences for misbehaviour are no Hannah Montana, no playing outside, no Nintendo DS and removal of toys and privileges.
But while 15-year-old Leah embraces the telly toughie's regime, within minutes of Jo leaving Madison mounts an angry rebellion.
She is seen STROPPING over dinner demanding tomato soup to eat.
She SCREAMS at her mum when she doesn't get her own way and constantly BACKCHATS her with attitude.
And she THROWS objects across the room after being given chores to do.
After having her beloved teddy bears confiscated she screams: "I don't like Jo. She's changed you into a horrible mother!"
Jo warns: "Children want parents who put them on the right path, teach them right from wrong.
"If Moya's not ready to hear the truth then things won't change."
And Moya admits: "I probably have known all along deep down but I didn't know how to stop it. All I want is a normal family life. She gets in my head and makes me start thinking, 'Am I being too strict?'
"I can't believe I've ignored it for so long. I suppose ignorance is bliss."
In the new series Jo tackles some of the worst cases of badly-behaved children she's ever come across.
One show features a boy with an 80-hour-a-week addiction to computer games.
However, cameras catch up with Madison three months later - and the effects of Jo's rules are dramatic.
Moya claims: "Jo gave me the kick up the bum I needed. It should have been done a long time ago."
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