Woman won over $1 million in a lottery, had plastic surgery, and offers to pay for a boyfriend

Pedro Marrero
Nov 28, 2018
06:00 A.M.
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Jane Park discovered at an early age that money didn’t always made things easier, but she has no problem spending some of it in order to find her true love.


When Park was 17 years old, her life took an unexpected turn when she became the winner of £1 million ($1.2 million), making her the youngest Euromillions winner ever, as Mirror reported.

Gone were the days when she was an admin temp paid £8 an hour and lived with her mother in a two-bed Edinburgh apartment. It was the first time she ever bought a lottery ticket, and luck was definitely on her side.

But as lucky as she have been when it comes to money, after being a millionaire for six years she has not found a special person to share her fortune with. Read more on our Twitter account @amomama_usa


She has traveled around, she has given herself many luxuries and has invested on her appearance by undergoing several plastic surgery procedures, but she has not found a significant other with whom build a stable relationship.

Now 23 years old, Park is hoping that her wealth can help her find what she needs, and she is offering £ 60.000 in cash annually to the “right man” who would go out for dinner, drinking wine and do all the things couples do.

To carry out her plan, Park launched a website that has been promoted via Twitter, on which men who are interested in her offer can postulate as a possible boyfriend. Whoever she choses, win the yearly “allowance.”


A source close to Park shared that the selection process that involves interviewing the postulants will be filmed for an upcoming documentary to be released in 2019.

“Jane is amazing and has so much to give but she has found herself alone again as since she won, she’s had terrible luck,” the source told Mirror.

“She’s never sure whether she is being loved for herself or for her bank balance. So she would rather have the arrangement out in the open. Jane has a tendency to be insecure sometimes and worries about people’s motives. She is willing to pay the right price for someone loyal.”

-Park’s friend, Mirror UK, November 10, 2018.


Now part of the rich and famous, Park was romantically linked to the “X Factor” finalist Sam Callahan in 2016, but the relationship came to an abrupt end over an infidelity.

The breakup was not on friendly terms, and after that Callahan even described her as a “psycho” and jokingly said that he was going to need security whenever he visited Glasgow.

She then dated 19-year-old English professional football player Jordan Piggott for a while, but it all ended in heartbreak once again for Park, even when she had reportedly even met the athlete’s parents.


Park might have dated her share of celebrities, but she made headlines in her on right when she threated to sue Euromillions for having ruined her life by making all that money available for someone as young as she was.

“I have material things but apart from that my life is empty. What is my purpose in life? I think 18 should be the minimum age for winning the lottery, at the least. The current age of 16 is far too young,” Park said.

It seems that after she dropped the lawsuit idea she decided to put her money to better use and has no problem in paying a “small price” to find a man who can be loyal to her.


While Park shockingly won the lottery after buying her first ticket, some people have played for years with no luck, but a retired government worker proved that patience and perseverance eventually pay off.

67-year-old Robert Baily took with him the $343.8 million Powerball jackpot after playing the exact same six numbers for 25 years.

"I plan to give back to Manhattan. That's where I'm from. I still want to be me. I can't let money change me. I'm going to keep doing the right thing," the thankful man said.