We revealed how the 23-year-old from Edinburgh is launching a website where men can apply to be her boyfriend and be handed an annual "allowance" to wine and dine her.
A source told the Mirror the interview process is going to be filmed for a documentary, which is set to air next year.
But it didn't take long for her to be flooded with personal messages from hundreds of fellas hoping to win her heart – as well as the hefty pay packet.
Jane took to social media after news of her plans broke with a GIF of UFC star Conor McGregor, saying: "60'gssssssss babbbbyyyyy".
And she was instantly bombarded with a number of people shouting their opinions on the situation.
One girl said: "I’ll date you for £60,000 & I’m straight".
Another person joked: "I'll take it. Lol as long as I'm allowed to bartend a few nights a week."
A third replied to the post: "I'm interested in this position. I'm an above average looking ginger lad with a phatty beard and a heart of gold xo".
Others warned the socialite that people seriously applying are only in it for the cash.
One wrote: "You can’t be serious? Anyone who applies to date you for £60k isn’t worth your time, they’ll clearly be after your money.
"Can’t buy loyalty, only decent people are loyal. Keep your cash and when you do meet someone, keep everything private for a year if possible! Best of luck!x".
Another commented: "You do realise chick that people will just do that for the cash and not you. X".
One guy said: "Im willing to date her and i dont need any money i really love her she looking good please help me that".
Jane's dating history has been fraught with issues in recent times.
She briefly dated X Factor reject Sam Callahan but their relationship came to an abrupt end when he snogged a singer in front of her at a party.
She then had a brief fling with reality star Brian Matthews, who posted a picture of them in bed together, but it turned out to be little more than that.
Last year, she was snapped enjoying a date at Toby Carvery with her footie lover Jordan Piggott.
The pair were said to be “blissfully happy” and she’d even met the 18-year-old’s parents in Dundee, but things soon fizzled out.
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