Britain's youngest Euromillions victor drops case against Lotto for 'ruining her life

"I wish I had no money most days". "I was stuck in front of a financial adviser who was using words such as investment bonds".

In an interview with the Sunday People, Jane said: "I thought it would make it ten times better but it's made it ten times worse".

She has also splashed out on expensive items such as this Rolex watch What has Jane Park done since she won?

Park was also provided with the guidance of a financial adviser when she won the amount, but she says it was her family that helped her in spending the money appropriately.

But Jane Park, now 21, says she won't give it all away because she is "on a budget too" and admits she has "no plans" to get a job because employers are prejudiced about her wealth.

She said: 'People look at me and think, âEuro ~I wish I had her lifestyle, I wish I had her moneyâEuro but they donâEuro t realise the extent of my stress.

"Anyone over the age of 16 can play the National Lottery, and therefore win a prize", a Camelot spokeswoman told the Washington Post.

"I think 18 should be the minimum age for winning the - lottery, at the least".

Despite the fact that Camelot, which runs EuroMillions in the United Kingdom, appointed an adviser to help Ms Park deal with her newly accumulated wealth, she told Sunday People it was family advice that helped her keep tabs on her spending.

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In 2013, Britain's youngest National Lottery victor revealed that she preferred life with less wealth.

The millionaire is considering suing Lotto and claims the huge payout has ruined her life.

A Camelot spokesman said: 'An independent financial and legal panel was set up shortly after Jane's win and we put her in touch with another victor, who won at the same age, to share their experience.

'I have material things but apart from that, my life is empty.

"It's scary how different my life is from my friends", she told the Daily Record.

And people should not be allowed to buy a ticket until they're 18 years old.

Park who won the Euromillions in 2013 has splashed out on breast implants, two properties and a chihuahua, but admitted she struggles to find goal in life. "I'm just saying there is days where I am upset and it does get on top of me but in the future I do want to have a family and there is family I've got now so I just want to be able to provide support for them". That support is tailored to each winner's situation and circumstances - and for younger winners, their age will obviously be an important factor in the advice and support offered.

Callie Rogers won £1.9 million when she was 16. It is always up to the winners as to whether they want to take up that support. The minimum legal age for lottery players is up to the government, the company said.

"Camelot doesn't set the age limit to play - this was agreed at the launch of the National Lottery back in 1994 and so any questions about the legal age to play would be a matter for parliament".