At the age of 17, she won a million, and 4 years later she decided to sue because the winnings ruined her life.

In 2013, Jane Park bought a lottery ticket for the first time and immediately became the youngest winner of the UK EuroMillions lottery. However, four years later, the 21-year-old girl admitted that winning ruined her life. Now Jane is going to sue the organizers of the lottery, as she believes that young people should not be allowed to participate.

Today, Jane owns two properties and calls herself a developer. The girl invests the money she wins in herself: she has already had breast and lip augmentation surgery, bought herself a chic Range Rover and a fashionable Chihuahua dog.

She does not skimp on shopping in branded boutiques and relaxing in the most luxurious resorts in the world. However, the girl claims that money brought her a lot of problems: “People look at me and envy my lifestyle and my money. But no one understands how hard it is for me. Yes, I have material wealth, but otherwise my life is empty. What is the meaning of my life?

A young millionaire admitted that winning ruined her life because:

She is sick of shopping in designer stores.
She can’t find a guy who’s interested in her personality and not her money.

She misses budget vacations because the best resorts in the world are too pretentious for her.She is burdened with so much money.
In 2013, 17-year-old Jane lived in a two-room apartment with her mother and worked in a cheap cafe. When the girl found out about her winnings, the family tried to dissuade her from taking the money. “Grandma said that taking the money is like taking and shooting yourself with a gun,” says Jane.

Then the girl did not understand why she said so, because she was sure that winning was the best thing that happened to her in life. Because of her lifestyle, the girl constantly finds herself at the center of scandals: she was repeatedly fined for speeding and driving while intoxicated form. And not so long ago, she attacked a nightclub security guard.

The girl relaxes in the most elite nightclubs in England, but at the same time she admits that she misses budget holidays and her old life: “I thought my life would be ten times easier, but winning made it ten times harder. I wish I had no money at all.”

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