Britain's youngest EuroMillions lottery winner shocks by selling £50 topless selfies for charity


EuroMillions winner Jane Park today, as she announces her bold plan for charity.

Jane Park was once known for being the youngest EuroMillions winner in 2015. The Scottish teen was a 17-year-old charity shop worker when she won £1 million (US$1.2M).

At the time, she was working in a temporary admin job and living with her mother Linda in a two-bedroom flat in a council estate in Niddrie.

Her life has been a rollercoaster since, with stories of depression, broken relationships and lost jobs.


She even set up a website last year in her quest to find love and then offered a £60,000 annual allowance to the chosen one.

And now she is selling photos of herself from a dedicated website which specialises in these kind of photos for £50 a time, reports the Daily Mail.

The money she makes is being given to charity and Jane insists that she sells the photos to feel 'empowered' and to help others.


Jane with her dog and Louis Vuitton bags near her home in Edinburgh after the win in 2015. Photo: Daily Record

When she first won, Camelot, which runs EuroMillions in the UK, appointed an adviser to help her manage her wealth but Miss Park said it was only family advice that stopped her wasting all her cash.

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She did, however, splash out on luxuries including a Louis Vuitton handbag, £4,500 breast implants when she was 18, and a customised Range Rover.


Britain’s youngest lottery winner had an unusual proposition for eligible bachelors in 2018 - she would pay them to date her. PHOTO: Jane Park Instagram

She was inundated with messages of support on social media for her latest venture.

One person said: 'Such an amazing thing to do giving it to those who need it. Love this. Proud of you gal love ya.'

Another added: 'So proud of you girl, such an empowering thing to do and amazing that those who are struggling are benefiting.'

Jane Park, Britain's youngest person to win the EuroMillions, has shocked everyone by saying that winning £1 million made her unhappy in this 2017 interview.