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Sean Thomas, who lives opposite the Stedmans, claimed Chantelle had already had several boyfriends, who were allowed to stay over in her bedroom. They are allowed to sleep over at her house, her parents don't mind.She is treated like an adult and can do what she wants.' Another neighbour, who did not wish to be named, said: 'The Stedmans let the kids run wild on the street until all hours, they have no control over them.' A 17-year-old called Jake said: 'She knows lots of boys and never has the same boyfriend for long.The force said: 'Sussex Police Child Protection Team were aware of a 14-year-old girl that had become pregnant as a result of a relationship with a 12-year-old boy.'A joint agency investigation with East Sussex County Council Children's Services has taken place which has considered the needs of both individuals and there will be continued support for these two young people in the future.' Matt Dunkley, director of children's services at East Sussex County Council, said: 'Any birth to parents this young is a cause of great concern to us and in these circumstances we will always offer substantial support to the families involved.''We have worked closely with both families since the pregnancy came to light,' he said."We have also worked with colleagues in the health service and with the schools concerned, to assess the needs of the young people to ensure they get the right support, and also to ensure the needs of the unborn child would be properly met.='That process will now continue with intensive monitoring and health visitor support.'He added: 'In East Sussex we have a very robust sexual health strategy which is successfully reducing numbers of teenage pregnancies in the county.'We have just launched our latest sexual health campaign as part of our on-going drive to get all our young people to take responsibility for their actions and understand the serious consequences of sexual relationships.' Maisie was born after a five-hour labour at Eastbourne Hospital, East Sussex Chantelle Stedman can claim no benefits until she reaches 16, her next birthday.In 1998 she became pregnant by her boyfriend Sean Stewart who lived next door Neighbours spoke of their shock at the news.Retired hospital porter John Holmes, 90, said: 'I can't believe little Alfie is already a dad. 'The other day his dog ran into my garden and he had to come and fetch it.The omens for Chantelle and Alfie in the long term do not appear good.

At a minimum, the family can expect to receive around £30,000 a year - close to £600 a week.

'I hope that somehow these children grow up into responsible parents, but the truth is parenthood is just not something they should even be thinking about right now.' Gordon Brown said: 'I don't know the individual details of the case, but of course I think all of us would want to avoid teenage pregnancies.' The council home of Chantelle Stedman where she, Alfie and their baby are staying with her parents Children's Secretary Ed Balls said: 'It's just an awful case.

You look at that young lad being a dad when he is so young - and also the teenage girl - and you think it's not right, this looks so terrible.

He looks so young and he's always giggling and laughing around.' Last night it emerged that Alfie's older sister Jade, now 19, also had a baby at the age of 13.

And rumours began circulating in Chantelle's neighbourhood that Alfie was not Maisie's father.