Edinburgh lottery winner Jane Park nine years later – from surgery and Onlyfans to love and loss
Jane Park has undergone a total transformation since hitting the Euromillions jackpot nine years ago, aged 17.
Since becoming the youngest EuroMillions winner in 2013, the Edinburgh influencer, 25, has burned through much of her winnings – buying a new home, various cars, vacations and splashing out on plastic surgery.
Before winning the £1million jackpot, the 17-year-old worked as a caretaker administrator for £8 an hour and lived with her mother Linda in a two-bedroom flat on a municipal estate in Edinburgh.
So what did Jane spend her millions on?
With her winnings, Jane has undergone a massive physical transformation and enjoys showing off her eminent figure in stunning outfits, while thanking surgeons for their work.
More recently, Jane underwent back surgery as she posed in a matching hot pink two-piece set on Instagram, writing, “Surgeon did well” in the caption.
She underwent a second buttock lift operation after her initial procedure rushed her to hospital with suspected sepsis.
Jane went to the private Trio Clinic in Turkey last year to have the operation redone.
In 2017, a botched job at another clinic in Turkey led to a serious infection and she later admitted she feared she was dying, saying if she had known the risks she would never have agreed to the procedure.
Jane also spent some of her winnings on a £4,500 boob job, taking her from a 34B to 36FF.
At the time, Jane claimed the operation was “up there with the best things I’ve ever bought”.
Sumptuous holidays in the sun
Jane hasn’t been quiet about her flight around the world – and that landed her in hot water at the end of 2021.
The Edinburgh girl abandoned the UK at the end of December to enjoy the winter sun in the United Arab Emirates, but was forced to fight back after being accused of flouting lockdown rules.
After being called ‘reckless’ and ‘part of the problem’ by a social media follower, she insisted she was not breaking any rules as she flew away when travel rules were relaxed .
She replied, “There was no essential travel that you were freely allowed to.
“While now it’s essential to travel so I won’t need to come back. As neither the UK nor yourself are essential for me. So go for it big man.”
Jane also swapped Edinburgh to spend more time in Liverpool, staying in posh hotels and posing outside glitzy restaurants.
Previously, Jane has shown photos of herself in the Maldives, Lanzarote and the US – but claims she doesn’t travel much.
She said: “I don’t go on holiday much, about four times a year. I wait until my friends can leave.
“And even though I’ve been to the Maldives, I much prefer Benidorm because no one looks down on you. You can get as drunk as you want. In the Maldives, you can’t go and get hammered completely.”
New career paths
As previously reported, Jane used to work as a temporary administrator at an unknown company for £8 an hour – but she’s more online than ever now.
Jane took advantage of her online admirers and decided to start an OnlyFans website – which now attracts thousands of people a month on top of her earnings.
A source said: “It’s completely unexpected. It’s crazy. The £30 a month is for being on his OnlyFans profile.
“People can pay an extra £50 for topless pictures and she donates the money to charity. The profile gives her £45,000 a month for holidays, parties and clothes.”
Responding to the hate on her explicit page, Jane said, “I seem to complain no matter what I do. When I wasn’t working, people thought I didn’t deserve my money.
“Now I’m doing something online and making money that I’m always complaining about. I can’t win.”
love and loss
Romance hasn’t always been the easiest part of life for Jane, who’s had a string of short-term boyfriends since winning the lottery.
After an 18-month relationship broke up in 2017, she told The Sunday People: “I had sex and it left me with a huge guard up.
“With the last one, I showered him with gifts. I thought it would make him happy.
“I bought him a Rolex, a car, clothes every week. I regret everything.
Jane had a few famous relationships – most of which ended with her being called a “psycho” by suitors.
In March 2017, Jane briefly dated X Factor’s Sam Callahan after sparking a “flirt” on social media.
But reports that Sam kissed fellow countrywoman Soheila Clifford in front of Jane while they were at a house party left her in tears, and it all ended abruptly.
The following month, the singer begged Jane to leave him alone, calling her “obsessive” and wanting to follow him into the Big Brother house.
Sam bluntly told The Sun: “If I’m being really honest, I wish she would go away. She needs to calm down.
“If she really thought there was something really bad, she was wrong.
“We were friends when we met at these events in London and had a great time, but she was wrong if she thought anything was going to happen. We live millions of miles apart, that wasn’t going to happen.”
And later that year, Jane began a short relationship with Dundee FC’s Jordan Piggott in September.
They were pictured enjoying a date night at a Toby Carvery and sharing a steamy kiss after meeting their parents for the first time.
When they sadly separated, Jane eventually signed up for counseling following their relationship and his “obsessive” behavior.
She admitted she even considered hiring a private detective to spy on Jordan, saying: ‘Winning the lottery made me a ‘psycho girlfriend’. Money made it too easy to keep tabs on what boyfriends were up to.
A paid partner?
After these failed relationships, Jane decided to follow another path to find a man – by starting a website where boys could apply to be her boyfriend.
She was offering one lucky suitor a whopping £60,000-a-year ‘allowance’ to make her wine and dine her.
However, she later told Heart Breakfast that she had, perhaps predictably, discovered that many boys were chasing her money.
She said: “It’s so hard when you’re in this position. I’m only 23 now and I still don’t know if guys are with me just for the love or the money.
“I always ask people questions, and I just feel like it would be better like I felt like they had money, they wouldn’t want mine.”
Not all the glitz and glamor
Jane has also attacked lottery bosses since her decline in the social media sphere, saying 17 was “too young” to have that amount of money.
She said: “Sometimes I feel like winning the lottery has ruined my life.
“I wish I had no money most of the time. I think, ‘My life would be so much easier if I hadn’t won.’
“People look at me and think, ‘I wish I had his lifestyle, I wish I had his money.’ But they don’t realize the extent of my stress.
“I have material things but other than that my life is empty. What is my purpose in life?