More bad luck for lotto winner who said winning ruined her life

EuoMillions winner Jane Park had a private photo posted on her Twitter account – just hours after she was targeted in a blackmail plot.

A personal snap of Park, 21, was shared online after she told how cyber creeps demanded money to hand back control of her pages.

Jane revealed her Snapchat account has been hacked and she is being held to ransom to access it.

She was taunted with a cruel caption on the image saying: “F–k you Jane Park.”

Jane, who scooped the EuroMillions jackpot when she was just 17, told followers: “My snapchat has been hacked no one snapchat me!!! They are also demanding money from me to get back into it.”

Posts were removed from her Twitter page, which displayed only three updates.

Last night she appeared to be back in control of her Snapchat account as she told followers: “Can’t wait for this horrible day to be over.”

Sources said Park has called in cops, however police said this morning they had no report.

The 21-year-old bagged $1 million in the competition, but has since claimed the huge win “ruined her life”.

After becoming the UK’s youngest EuroMillions winner, Park splashed out on two properties, $60,000 worth of cars.

But now she says she has flogged all her furniture and her three-bedroom house and moved back in with her mom because she felt “lonely”.

Her mom later joked she was offering to give Jane away for free after the millionaire landed her with bags full of laundry to do.

Park, of Niddrie, Edinburgh, has recently been spotted getting close to “X Factor” star Sam Callahan.

After revealing the Snapchat hack, Park urged followers to report a profile which she alleges is responsible for the breach.

But just hours later her Twitter account also appeared to have been taken down and possibly hacked.

The outspoken Hibs fan branded a snapper an “ugly b—-rd” in a foul-mouthed rant moments before she was banned from the road after being caught drink-driving at a McDonald’s drive-thru.

In February, Park said she was considering suing lottery bosses Camelot for allowing her to win such a vast amount of cash when she was so young.

But she later changed her mind and said she was no longer planning to sue them and said she had just wanted to get her point across.