Britain's youngest Lotto winner who blew £1.8m on parties & plastic surgery looks unrecognisable after shaving off hair

Britain's youngest Lotto winner who blew £1.8m on parties & plastic surgery looks unrecognisable after shaving off hair

05/23/2021

BRITAIN'S youngest lottery winner has shared a snap of her newly shaved head – and she looks almost unrecognisable.

Lotto winner Callie Rogers, 33, posted a picture of her new grey buzzcut on her Facebook page this month. 

Showing off her neck and arm tattoos in the picture, the Cumbria woman looked totally different without her long brunette locks. 

The mum-of-four recently said that, despite winning £1.8million at the age of 16, she now receives benefits. 

The Sun reported that the mum recently received a driving ban after crashing her 4×4 into a hedge while she was under the influence of cocaine.  

Captioning her photograph of her new haircut, the lotto winner wrote that the “biggest challenge” in life is trying to “be yourself”.

Rogers’ life changed when she won the jackpot 18 years ago – at the time, she was a checkout girl earning just £3.60 an hour. 

The teen went on to have three breast enhancement surgeries and many wild parties, and she spent £300,000 on designed clothes.

Rogers also gave around half a million pounds to her friends and family. 

In March, it was reported that the lottery winner was claiming Universal Credit despite winning the lotto in 2003.

This was revealed in court, where a judge gave her a 22-month driving ban for crashing her car while on drugs. 

Rogers was pepper sprayed by police when they detained her for veering off a country lane in Cumbria.

Last December, she was out driving with her boyfriend Jason Fearon, 31, when she crashed into a hedge near the town of Crosby.

A police officer told the court that the couple tried to flee the scene.

Pam Fee told Workington Magistrates' Court: “[Fearon] has then been led to the police van in which he stated, "I told her not to drive", referring to the female he had been with.”

Rogers tried to get out of her handcuffs and was then subdued by PAVA, a compound found in chilli peppers which is similar to pepper spray.

Though she refused to take a breathalyser test, she did test positive for cocaine use. 

Ms Fee told the court: “She both said that she was, and that she wasn't the driver repeatedly to police officers. Throughout, her behaviour seemed to be up and down.”

Rogers has said that her lottery win sent her on a downward trajectory.

She’s also called for more protections for young winners. 

Shortly after winning the lottery, she met Nicky Lawson, the father of her two eldest children, and moved into a £180,000 bungalow. 

Five years later, her relationship fell apart, and Rogers attempted suicide.

At one point, claimed to have spent £250,000 on cocaine, but has since denied this.  

Rogers also said people would pretend to be her friends to get access to her money. 

In 2018, she said she thought she was going to die following an assault by two women on a night out.

She was knocked unconscious, her teeth were smashed, her ribs broken and she suffered permanent damage to her sight. Marie Hinde, 38, and Jade Quayle, 27, were later jailed. 

She told Closer magazine in 2013: “I got up late and lived on takeaways. And so-called mates would come over until the early hours to party.

“Suddenly, I was a local celeb and people would come up to me in pubs as if they were my best friend and I felt pressure to buy them all drinks. I didn't know who to trust.”

She added: “It was too much money for someone so young. Even if you say your life won't change, it does – and often not for the better. It nearly broke me, but thankfully, I'm now stronger.

“I try to forget the ups and downs I've been through and just feel like a normal person. The pressure to splash out and live a glam party life has gone – and I prefer it.”

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