17-Year-Old Girl Won The Lottery And Now Offers €68k To A Man Who Will Love Her
November 22, 2018 15:28 By Fabiosa
We have all probably dreamt of winning the lottery and making our dreams come true. Solving financial problems seems to be the first step in achieving happiness.
However, a young girl from Great Britain has become living proof that money cannot buy you happiness. Meet Jane Park, a woman who became famous after winning the lottery at the age of 17.
Lucky at cards, unlucky in love
Jane Park was just a teenager when she won 1 million pounds (1.1 million euros) in the lottery, and ever since, she has been leading a luxurious life full of travelling, fancy clothes, cars, and plastic surgeries.
However, 6 years later, the young woman realized that winning that prize had not improved her life – actually, quite the opposite. It has made her deeply miserable.
She has even considered suing EuroMillions, the company which owns the lottery, for ruining her life. Her argument is that it’s wrong to put this much money in the hands of such a young person. But why is she so unhappy?
Seems like one of the reasons is her ill-fated personal life. Since winning the lottery, the young woman has been going out with different guys and all her love stories have been unsuccessful.
For this reason, she has come to the conclusion that men are interested solely in her money and luxurious life, rather than her personality. So how can she find love?
Willing to pay for love
Because of all her failures, Jane was desperate and decided to take action. She launched job vacancy on the internet for a man who will be faithful to you. The young woman’s close friend said:
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. She is willing to pay the right price for someone loyal.
The prize for the winner will be £60k annual allowance (more than €68k). In addition, the selection process will be filmed to later produce a documentary about the young woman's romantic search.
Certainly, Jane's story shows us that money doesn’t guarantee happiness. However, she continues looking for a person ready to love her. Can true love be bought? Share your opinion in the comments!