Jane Park says becoming a millionaire at 17 ruined her life
Jane Park was just 17 when she won £1m in 2013 with her first ever lotto ticket.
But almost four years on, she says the jackpot has left her feeling "empty", and called for the legal ticket-buying age to be raised from 16 to 18.
She told the Sunday People: “At times it feels like winning the lottery has ruined my life.
“I thought it would make it ten times better but it’s made it ten times worse. I wish I had no money most days.
“I have material things but apart from that my life is empty. What is my purpose in life?”
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I have material things but apart from that my life is empty. What is my purpose in life?
EuroMillions winner Jane Park
Jane, from Edinburgh, said she is fed up shopping for luxury goods and cannot find a boyfriend who isn't just after her money.
She said exclusive holiday resorts are "snooty" and misses going to Benidorm with her friends, where you can get "as drunk as you want".
Although she retains a group of loyal pals and the support of her brother and sister, she said being so wealthy at such a young age was a burden few of her peers could understand.
jane was 17 when she copped £1m
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She's splashed thousands of pounds on luxury goods – but it hasn't made her happy
She said: “There’s no point in going shopping all the time, you can only order so much. I get sick of it.”
Splashing out on Louis Vuitton handbags, Christian Laboutin shoes, an £18,000 purple Range Rover and two properties have failed to fill the void.
She also spent £4,500 on breast enlargements, but was refused liposuction because the surgeon said she was not overweight.
A Chihuaha, Princess, was sent to live with her aunt after Jane realised she didn't have time for the pet.
Jane is known for posting risque images on social media
She's spent thousands on plastic surgery and luxury items
But even acts of philanthropy – such as helping to pay for a sick boy to travel to Florida for treatment – have left her fed up, as she is inevitably attacked by online trolls for her generosity.
Although she goes on holiday about four times a year, Jane said she prefers Benidorm to the Maldives, "because nobody is looking down on you".
She claimed to be considering legal action against Camelot for negligence.
A Camelot spokesman said Jane was offered support from an independent financial and legal panel shotly after her win, and that the company has been in touch "from time to time".
The decision to raise the legal age to play the lottery was a decision for Parliament, he added.
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