The UK's youngest ever EuroMillions winner has revealed she wishes she didn't win £1million aged just 17.
Jane Park, now 27, splashed out on cosmetic surgeries and fancy holidays but doesn't look back at that time in a positive light.
Jane, from Edinburgh, has now appeared on an episode of the US TV show Dr Phil titled The Curse of the Lottery, opening up about the moment she won big in 2013 and what happened after that.
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She previously said that moment "ruined" her life.
The episode aired on Monday and saw Dr Phil ask Jane about dealing with that much money at such a young age.
She told him: "I splashed out a bit because I never knew the value of a million pounds, I'd never seen that kind of money.
"I never knew anyone with that kind of money, so I kind of splashed out on stuff that I've always wanted."
But it wasn't all as amazing as it first seemed. Dr Phil said: "You had stalkers, death threats, people hiding in the bushes and commenting on everything you were doing, which when you're 17 that kind of gets under your skin."
Jane replied: "I wish I'd never won it, I wouldn't wish it on anyone."
She described how she was "encouraged" to make herself public after bagging the monster jackpot, because of her age and how it was such an unlikely story.
Her winnings were spent on surgeries including a boob job and a Brazilian bum lift, and it was surgery that almost killed her.
Jane told Dr Phil: "I had a procedure done in a different country and when I flew back I ended up with sepsis."
She previously said on This Morning: "I literally thought that I was going to die. I don't know what was wrong with me and they said to me I'd had a reaction to the anaesthetic."
It took her an entire month to recover in hospital.
Jane has since gone on to become an influencer, boasting over 200,000 followers on Instagram. She also now has an OnlyFans page.
And 10 years on people still abuse her online.
She told Dr Phil: "These people seem to think they know more about my life and it's hard because when I was younger obviously I read the comments and they affected me.
"These people have never met me, they've probably never seen me."
Speaking to the Sunday People in 2017, Jane previously discussed more downsides to her big win.
She said she had struggled to find a partner and missed jetting off to Benidorm on cheap holidays.
She added: "I thought it would make it 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.'
"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."
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