A woman who won AU$1.6 million in the Lotto when she was just 17-years-old has claimed the jackpot ruined her life.
Jane Park, who is now 21-years-old, struck gold back in 2013 when she won a whopping one million pounds after buying her first-ever Lotto ticket.
The woman, who hails from Edinburgh in Scotland is now considering suing the Lotto organisers because she thinks she was too young to become a millionaire.
Speaking to The Mirror, Jane said she misses her holidays in Benidorm, is fed up with buying designer clothes and can’t find a boyfriend who isn’t after her money.
“At times it feels like winning the lottery has ruined my life,” Jane said.
“I have material things but apart from that my life is empty. What is my purpose in life?”
Jane was thrust into the spotlight when she became Britain’s youngest ever Euromillions winner back in 2013, while she was living with her mum in a council estate.
When she won, Jane says she was given a financial advisor but she didn’t understand what he was saying and now she understands how Lotto winners blow their money within a matter of years.
Jane went on to buy a Chihuahua, a purple Range Rover and invested in a boob job, however none of her purchases gave her the happiness she desired.
And while Jane may be able to afford luxurious holidays in some of of the best resorts in the world, she claims all she wants is a girl's trip to Benidorm.
“I much prefer Benidorm because nobody is looking down at you,” she said.
“You can get as drunk as you want. In the Maldives, you can’t go and get absolutely hammered.”
When it comes to her love life, Jane has struggled to hold down a relationship, even lavishing her last partner with a Rolex watch, but things didn’t work out.
Since winning the Lotto, Jane has moved back in with her mother and is planning to sue lottery organisers Camelot as she claims she was too young for the “burden” of being a millionaire.
According to Camelot, any age restrictions on the Lotto is a decision for Parliament.