Would you date this millionaire lottery winner if she paid you $78,000 a year? No surprise - 10,000 men said yes


One of Britain’s youngest lottery winners has an unusual proposition for eligible bachelors. PHOTO: Jane Park Instagram

Jane Park was just 17 years-old when she won £1 million (US$1.3M) in the EuroMillions lottery. But the now-23-year-old has split up with her boyfriend and wants to pay a pile of cash to find a suitable new replacement.

The Scottish winner launched a website, BoyfriendVacancy.co.uk, where applicants could apply for the match-making job. The successful guy will receive £60,000 (US$78,000) annual allowance to date her.

Jane Park’s match-making website at boyfriendvacancy.co.uk has been inundated with offers.

Within 24 hours she received a flood of inquiries from over 10,000 admirers who have been in contact. But there have been warnings that people applying are only in it for the cash reported The Sun.

One wrote: “You can’t be serious? Anyone who applies to date you for £60k isn’t worth your time, they’ll clearly be after your money.”

Another commented: “You do realise chick that people will just do that for the cash and not you. X”.


Jane Park was only 17 when she won £1 million in the EuroMillions lottery in 2013. PHOTO: UK National Lottery

After winning her fortune, Park had become worried about the motives of people around her, reports FemPositive.

According to a source, she is amazing and has so much to give, but she’s been alone again and again since she won the lottery, and the luck has turned for her.


Jane Park (left) serves chips to cancer teen Leon Remndle in 2015. She donated a trip to Florida as part of her charity support work. Picture: Phil Wilkinson

Park had previously said: "Money can't buy you love, can't buy you friends, can't buy you a family." Well now this has changed with her new project.


“She’s never sure whether she is being loved for herself or for her bank balance. So she would rather have the arrangement out in the open.”

Jane said that she plans to make a documentary of her search which will be aired in 2019.


Jane is seen shortly after her win in 2013 with her dog and Louis Vuitton bags near her home in Edinburgh. Photo: Daily Record


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