For some people, finding the right person to date can be a challenge. Even with all the apps and matchmakers out there, sometimes nothing seems to work. That's what 23-year-old Jane Park feels has been happening to her, but she plans to put an end to it, and she has the means to do so. See Jane, who lives in Scotland, is the youngest person to ever win Europe's continent-wide lottery, EuroMillions.
When she was 17, she played the lottery for the first time and wound up winning 1.2 million dollars, but rather than bringing her everything she's ever wanted, she says the money caused her to become "lonely" and "empty," telling the UK's This Morning, "I wish I had no money most days. I say to myself, 'My life would be so much easier if I hadn't won... I thought it would make it 10 times better but it’s made it 10 times worse." However, she now plans to use the money to fix her situation by offering $77,000 to a man who will date her for a year.
However, while she plans to give her man the "allowance," Jane expects him to spend it on her by taking her out to fancy dinners and giving her pricey gifts. Before he can be chosen, her future beau will also have to go through some on-camera interviews, which will later air on a documentary about her. Already, she's getting tons of offers from men across the globe.
Park previously had very public relationships with a British talent show contestant and a reality star that both ended in messy break-ups. Hopefully not only will she find success with her next boyfriend, but she'll also prove that money can buy you love.
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