Britain’s youngest ever lottery winner has branded Rita Ora ‘a w***e’ over flirty pictures she posted with boxer Conor McGregor.
Jane Park – who found fame after scooping £1million on a Euromillions lucky dip ticket – hit out after Ora was seen on McGregor’s lap at the Fashion Awards in London last night.
McGregor, 29, has been with partner Dee Devlin for over nine years, but Ora later posted pictures of her and McGregor on Twitter, with the caption: ‘Date night’.
Along with a furious response from followers of both Ora and McGregor online, Park chipped in with an attack on the singer, 27.
Rita and Conor appeared to enjoy their evening together at the Fashion Awards in London
Popstar Rita later posted this tweet online with the provocative caption: ‘Date Night’
She tweeted: ‘Rita ora is… doing something to stay relevant, just worded it different to cause a uproar. Actual w***e a hope dee gives her a round kick knock out.’
A spokesman for Rita has insisted the ‘date night’ term was in reference to the night as a whole.
The spokesman said: ‘Date night is a figure of speech, Rita also posted selfies with Donatella Versace as her real date and one with Jourdan Dunn as her date.’
But that has not stopped others criticising both her and McGregor online.
The star looked keen to add snaps of her and the fighter on her social media during the evening
Conor has long credited Dee (right) – the mother of his son Conor Jack McGregor Jr. – with helping him on his road to success
One follower wrote to Conor: ‘You’ve got a fine Irish steak at home mate. No need to ruin it with a McDonald’s,’ one fan tweeted.
Another aimed at Rita: ‘Date night with a married man?’ while one added: ‘That’s lovely for his partner and mother of his child, have a bit of respect maybe?’
Miss Park, 22, was so young when she won in 2013 they had to put Irn Bru in her champagne flute for the press photo shoot after the win.
Earlier this year she had threatened to sue Camelot for letting her win the jackpot, saying no one as young as she had been should have won. But she later dropped her threats of legal action.
Miss Park has also claimed she sometimes wishes she had never won the huge prize, but said she wouldn’t give the money away.
Critic Miss Park found fame when she became one of the UK’s youngest lottery winners
She has since appeared on TV discussing the problems of wealth at a young age