The mum-of-two rose to fame on the Channel 4 documentary series in January 2014, but TV opportunities have dried up since her later appearance on Celebrity Big Brother.
Birmingham-based Dee – who recently opened up about being on the verge of a financial meltdown and risks losing her home – has been seen working for Davenport Events, and will be behind the bar for their local Gay Pride event.
White Dee steps behind the bar
She has been given the opportunity after revealing her financial struggles
In several of the snaps, the star can be seen behind the bar pulling half a pint of cider, dressed casually in a white top and black jeans, with a sleeveless jacket over the top.
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Another shows her having a cigarette break, sat on a step at the back of the truck.
The Benefits Street star admitted she is on the verge of losing her home
She rose to fame on the Channel 4 documentary series
As reported by the Birmingham Mail, the star is focusing on keeping a roof over her head in light of her financial difficulties, which come after she split from her manager.
A statement on behalf of the mum-of-two said: “In fact she finds herself after many TV appearances, personal appearances and pilot shows both in the UK and abroad, near to losing her home and back to square one, again – through no fault of her own, and not for the want of hard work!
“Now under the new management of ‘Team Dee’, she is finding her confidence again and looking at all the many opportunities open to her. From TV work, fitness DVD opportunities and even motivational speaking.”