Speaking to BirminghamLive, Miss Coffman said: "We've been living in one room and we've just had to get on with it. But it's becoming a nightmare.
"My support worker actually said we are classed as 'homeless' because of the severe overcrowding and the state of the home as it's beyond repair.
"In January 2019 I started having a leak in the hallway I thought it would be sorted.
"We have been mopping up the leak in the hallway - but it's got to a point where my ceiling has started to fall down and I can't cope."
Really? Let's take another look at the family, shall we?
...the mum, who has an eight-month-old baby girl, another girl who is two next month, and a boy, aged three, said her move pleas with the council had fallen on deaf ears over the last two-years.
Hmmm... *counts on fingers*
The council isn't - for once! - fooled either:
"There is a lengthy waiting list for properties at present," a city council spokesman told BirminghamLive.
"We are aware Ms Coffman is in a one-bedroom flat and since moving in her family has increased to three.
However, as you will appreciate from the length of the housing list it could be some time before she is rehoused."
She could always rent privately. Or keep her legs together.