UK's youngest lottery winner who blew £1.8million on boob jobs and drugs is spotted shopping at Iceland | The Sun

THE UK'S youngest lotto winner, who blew her £1.8 million jackpot on boob jobs and drugs, has been spotted shopping at Iceland.

Callie Rogers, now 34, was snapped out and about with a pal in Workington, Cumbria, carrying a bag from the budget store.

Callie was just 16 years old and was earning £3.60 an hour at a supermarket when she scooped the huge prize in 2003 but declared bankruptcy in 2021.

Her lavish spending included £18,000 on breast enhancements, £300,000 on clothes and large amounts on drugs and wild nights out.

She was seen strolling around her hometown puffing on a vape and chatting to a friend before hopping in her little Peugeot.

The mum-of-four previously owned a luxury Hyundai 4×4 but crashed it while high on cocaine two years ago, leading to a lengthy driving ban.


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Cops were forced to pepper spray her after she swerved off a country road as they chased her.

By that time, she was getting by on Universal Credit despite the big win.

After moving out of the £180,000 bungalow she shared with Nicky Lawson, the father of her eldest two children, she now rents a four-bed home with an estimated value of £147,000.

It comes after Callie revealed earlier this year that she would be going back to school and retraining as a nurse.

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She also called on the National Lottery to raise the age limit for playing to 18.

Callie said:“You’re only 16, with all that responsibility. At that age, you can get the best advice ever but you’re not in a position to listen.

"I was too young. Overnight I went from carefree child to adult.”

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