Britain’s youngest EuroMilions winner Jane Park, 25, says she ‘feels like death’ and is ‘struggling to breathe’ after testing positive for Covid-19
- Jane Park, 25, from Edinburgh, revealed she has tested positive for Covid-19
- Euromillions winner took to Instagram to say she’s been ‘struggling to breathe’
- Told her social media followers she has never ‘felt this ill in my whole life’
Britain’s youngest EuroMillions winner has revealed that she is ‘struggling to breathe’ after testing positive for Covid-19.
Jane Park, 25, from Edinburgh, who won £1m on the lottery when she was 17, took to Instagram and told fans she ‘feels like death’- adding she has never ‘felt this ill in my whole life.’
The influencer explained that she felt like she had a chest infection and expressed concerns about her flu-like symptoms with her 215,000 followers as she awaited her results.
She penned: ‘Honestly never felt this ill in my whole life. Anyone know anything that’ll slightly help me?
Jane Park, 25, from Edinburgh, has revealed that she is ‘struggling to breathe’ after testing positive for Covid-19
Jane took to Instagram and told fans she has never ‘felt this ill in my whole life’ (pictured)
‘I feel like death. Feel like I have a chest infection really bad struggling to breathe/catch my breath.’
Just hours later, she posted a screenshot of her test results confirming that they had come back positive.
The caption read: ‘Someone help me’.
It comes weeks after Jane responded to backlash surrounding photographs she posted on social media showing herself partying in Dubai.
Jane explained that she felt like she had a chest infection and was finding it difficult to breathe as she awaited her results. Pictured, on This Morning on 6 October 2017
‘Can everyone stop with the Dubai abuse. I’m over here now won’t be returning,’ Jane said.
‘I also can’t see my mum. I had to move out before I left as she was high risk.
‘It’s safer for me to be here than UK and I’m following the rules here. If Dubai was to go into lockdown then I’d be in one too.
‘I’m sick of message requests saying I’m selfish etc when all I’ve done is move somewhere to better my life and try and make 2021 more positive than 2020.
‘I’m sorry that some people aren’t in a position to do so but I don’t feel you should hate someone who is.
Jane was branded ‘selfish’ after posting a series of photos and videos of herself drinking in bars and nightclubs and posing in bikinis on the beach since jetting to Dubai just before New Year’s Eve.
‘I’m not saying go to Dubai and party, I’m not always partying. I’m business focused and no one knows what is going on.’
Jane was just 17 when she won £1 million after getting lucky with her first-ever Euromillions ticket in 2013.
She claims her decision to move to Dubai is permanent and is focused on business opportunities.
Jane said: ‘There is stuff going on behind closed doors. I want everyone to be aware of that I haven’t just been partying.
‘I follow the Dubai rules and that’s all I can do.
‘Please stop the abuse because you’re not in a position to do the things I do.’
Jane who splurged her winnings on cosmetic surgery and luxury holidays, has repeatedly claimed the Euromillions prize ruined her life
Jane has repeatedly stated winning the Euromillions prize ruined her life and even threatened to sue lottery operators Camelot for negligence, claiming someone her age shouldn’t have been allowed to win.
She has confessed that it was only the advice of family members which stopped her going bust after she went on a spending spree.
The jackpot winner paid for a boob job, Brazilian bum lift and splashed out on a string of luxury holidays and fashion accessories.
In 2019, she revealed she was making money by selling racy topless pictures of herself on subscription site OnlyFans.
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