Friday, 30 Oct 2020

EuroMillions winner Jane Park blasts ‘bitter’ critics in explosive Insta rant

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Jane Park, Britain's youngest ever EuroMillions winner, has unleashed a furious rant at "bitter" people on social media.

The 24-year-old posted the angry comments to her Instagram story on Tuesday, expressing frustration at those who criticise what she shares from her life.

"I could constantly show expensive/designer stuff every day on my story and people would say I am full of it, or I could be real and show real stuff and people say it's horrible," she wrote.

"You can't win!!!!! Moral of the story is there's no pleasing some folk. Good job I'm no here to please yalllll [sic].

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"No one wants to see other people do well nowadays. It's all bitterness.

"Some of you should take your head out they [sic] clouds and back down to the real world. Same ones who preach mental health etc lmfao.

"Anyway have a nice Tuesday night and remember n keep it real Ian Beele x."

It's unclear exactly what prompted the rant, but Ms Park appears to have been peeved at receiving criticism for showing off her lavish lifestyle on Instagram.

The Edinburgh woman was just 17 when she won £1 million on the first EuroMillions ticket she'd ever bought.

The teen immediately embarked on a fancy new life of clothes, cars, holidays and plastic surgery — very different from her previous life in which she lived in a council flat with her mum and earned £8 an hour as an admin temp.

However Ms Park would later admit the money hadn't made her happy.

"I have material things but apart from that my life is empty," she told the Sunday People in 2017.

"What is my purpose in life? I thought it would make [my life] ten times better but it's made it ten times worse.

"I wish I had no money most days. I say to myself, 'My life would be so much easier if I hadn't won.'"

She used the prize money to buy a £170,000 house in Prestonpans, but later sold it in order to move back in with her mum.

Ms Park has run into legal trouble a few times and in 2017 said she was considering taking legal action against Camelot for selling her the winning ticket at such a young age.

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