‼️‼️‼️”I say to myself, ‘My life would be so much easier if I hadn’t won’.
💔People look at me and think, ‘I wish I had her lifestyle, I wish I had her money’. But they don’t realise the extent of my stress.
Let’s describe why is she in stress😓😓
In 2013, Jane Park bought a lottery ticket for the first time and immediately became the youngest winner of the British EuroMillions lottery.
However, four years later, the 21-year-old girl admitted that winning had ruined her life. Now, Jane is planning to sue the lottery organizers, believing that young people should not be allowed to participate.
Today, Jane owns two properties and calls herself a promoter. She invests the money she earns in herself: she has already undergone breast augmentation surgery, purchased a stylish Range Rover, and got a fashionable Chihuahua.
She doesn’t skimp on shopping at designer boutiques and relaxing in the world’s most luxurious resorts.
However, the young woman claims that money has caused her a lot of problems: “People look at me and envy my lifestyle and money.
But no one understands how tough it is for me. Yes, I have material wealth, but otherwise, my life is empty. What is the meaning of my life?”
The young millionaire admitted that winning had ruined her life because she is tired of shopping in designer boutiques. She cannot find a guy interested in her personality rather than her money.
She misses budget holidays because the world’s best resorts are too pretentious for her. She feels burdened by so much money.
In 2013, 17-year-old Jane lived in a two-room apartment with her mother and worked in a cheap cafe.
When she discovered her winnings, the family tried to dissuade her from taking the money. “Grandma said that taking the money is like shooting yourself with a gun,” explains Jane.
At that time, the girl did not understand why her grandmother said that because she was sure that winning was the best thing that had happened to her in life.
Due to her lifestyle, the young girl constantly finds herself in scandals: she has been fined multiple times for speeding and driving under the influence. Not long ago, she attacked a nightclub security guard.
The girl relaxes in England’s most elite nightclubs, but at the same time, she admits missing budget vacations and her old life:
“I thought my life would be ten times easier, but winning has made it ten times harder. I wish I didn’t have any money at all.”