Who Are Jayda Fransen Parents? Due to the politician’s extreme secrecy regarding her personal affairs, there is very little to no information available on her family members. Continue reading to find out more about her family and life in general.
A British far-right activist and politician named Jayda Kaleigh Fransen was found guilty of harassing someone because of their religion in 2018. She used to be a part of the English Defence League (EDL), but she left because of the group’s reputation for violence fueled by alcohol.
The politician afterwards enrolled in Britain First, a far-right fascist political party. From 2014 to 2019, Fransen served as Paul Golding’s deputy. While Golding was in prison starting in December 2016, she took over as leader for six months, from December 2016 to June 2017.
Since 2014, Fransen has run in many elections without success. She has participated in “Christian patrols” through largely Muslim-populated regions of Britain while carrying a white cross and engaging in anti-Islamic agitation online. After being found guilty on three charges of religiously aggravated harassment in March 2018, she was given a 36-week prison term.
Who Are Jayda Fransen Parents? and Ethnicity Revealed
The activist, Jayda was born on 1986, in London, United Kingdom. As of now, there are no information available about her parents however, her grandfather was John Joseph Fransen, or rather Jan Jozef Wynand Fransen.
He was born in the Netherlands in 1927, Jan arrived in England with the Dutch Naval squadron. However, several sources and sites discuss how ironic it is that she is in charge of such an anti-immigration organization when so many of her close relatives are apparently immigrants themselves.
The politician’s mother’s side of the family are Jewish ancestors but her father’s family religion and ethnicity are unknown. Given that the politician is a contentious figure and because of her controversies, it’s possible that her family prefers to avoid the media’s attention rather than risking criticism from the general public.
However, as soon as there is any new information regarding her parents, we will inform our readers.
Jayda Fransen Siblings
The British native’s siblings’ identities are unknown, just as there is no information available about her parents. Apart from her professional life, such as her political career and her controversies, the activist appears to keep her private life out of the media’s view.
She does not appear to have any siblings, according to a thorough online search, as there has never been any mention of them in news reports or articles.
We therefore come to the conclusion that either she is a single child without siblings or she is very private about her family.
Jayda Fransen Net Worth
Although there are very less information available about the British advocate’s net worth but according to Wikibioall, Jayda has a $5–10 million net worth, largely derived from her Yeezy sneakers.
Although she had overstated the size of her company, the money she made was substantial enough to be considered one of the highest celebrity payouts ever. Being a successful far-right British activist is her primary source of income.
Jayda Fransen Political career
Jayda was the deputy leader of “Britain First”, a British fascist political party founded in 2011 but in January 2019, she left the party and resigned from her leadership position.
On November 20, 2014, she ran for Britain First to represent Rochester and Strood. following Paul Golding’s declaration that he would run for mayor of London in 2016.
The British far-right activist wrote that the party’s “pro-EU, Islamist-loving opponents” will “face the wrath of the Britain First movement … We will not rest until every traitor is punished for their crimes against our country. And by punished, I mean good old fashioned British justice at the end of a rope!”
In the Scottish Parliament election of 2021, she ran for Nicola Sturgeon’s seat in Glasgow Southside. She finished last and received the fewest votes out of the 357 candidates for the constituency, garnering only 46 votes (0.1%).
Fransen won the 2021 Batley and Spen by-election, coming second to last with 50 votes. Following the murder of David Amess, she stood for office as a member of the British Freedom Party in Southend West. 299 votes, or 2% of the vote, were cast for her.
She was listed as a candidate who was independent and not affiliated with the British Freedom Party. She placed last among 15 candidates in the Wakefield by-election in June 2022, receiving 23 votes (0.1%) as an independent.