‘Money can’t buy class’: Teen lottery winner faces Twitter abuse after revealing she splashed out on Magaluf holiday and a boob job… but admits she’s sad and lonely. They say money can't buy you happiness and Britain's youngest lottery winner agrees. Jane Park, 18, from Edinburgh, has splashed the cash on designer handbags, a house and breast enhancement surgery since she struck the Euromillions jackpot a year ago. But she admits her fame as the country's youngest lottery winner has also exposed her to 'enough nasty comments to last a lifetime' and often left her feeling sad and lonely.
Money can't buy happiness: Teenage lottery winner Jane Park has been the subject of a wave of abuse after she appeared on last night's BBC show Teenage Millionaire: The Year I Won the Lottery. (Pictured on the show looking glum in her pink prom dress). Upset: Teen millionaire Jane has faced some unpleasant comments on social media, which have clearly had an impact on her. She posted four crying emojis earlier today.
Jane was initially robust in the face of her critics. but was surprised that people were still responding to her late last night, long after the programme had ended, saying: 'People are still tweeting me hate at this time.
F*** me man. Goodnight. Featured in the BBC documentary Teenage Millionaire: The Year I Won the Lottery, which aired last night, Jane's rags-to-riches transformation prompted a barrage of negativity on social media. @LaurenBonnerx wrote: 'This teenage millionaire programme is defo a benefits street spin off. Complete tramp.