Lotto winner to sell raunchy boob snaps
One of Britain's youngest lottery winners is on track to earn her second million - by selling raunchy snaps of her boobs.
Jane Park was just 17 when she won £1 million on EuroMillions in 2013.
Now 23, and after spending £4500 ($8000) on boosting her chest, she is raking it in on website Onlyfans, The Sun reported.
A source told the publication: "Jane has 1500 subscribers paying £30 ($53) a month to see her profile.
"Men can then pay an additional £50 ($90) for topless images. She is set to make another million by the end of 2020. It's crazy, completely unexpected."
Jane, of Edinburgh, told The Sun in May she still craved the "fairytale husband, kids and a nice home".
For now she is enjoying the party life as a singleton. The source added: "The money is coming in quicker than she can spend it. She gives loads to charity.
"But she's been splashing it on nights out in Ibiza rather than staying local. She's keen to find love but this is a side to her life men may struggle with."
Last night Jane said she was thrilled by her latest windfall but expects to get more flak over her choice.
"I seem to get whinged at regardless of what I do. When I didn't work I would have people thinking I didn't deserve my money," she said.
"Now that I do something online and earn money I still get whinged at. I can't win."
She has also told how she feared she would die after having a bum lift in Turkey in 2017, suffering a severe reaction to the anaesthetic.
She split from ex-Dundee footballer Jordan Piggott, 20, last year and once dated X Factor contestant Sam Callahan, 25.
Before her win she had an £8-an-hour ($14) job as an admin temp and lived in a council flat with mum Linda.
In 2015, she said she started work at a fish and chip shop in Edinburgh after deciding she preferred a "working routine" to a life of leisure. She's since switched to selling boob pics.
The source added: "The money she had from the lottery was depleting on properties, cars and jewellery.
"The Onlyfans profile gives her over £30,000 ($A53,800) a month to spend on holidays, nights out and clothes. Her sum grows every month and she doesn't spend all of it.
"At times it feels like all of Scotland is waiting for her money to run out, but it isn't going to happen anytime soon."
This article was originally published on The Sun and was reproduced with permission