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UK's youngest lotto millionaire given month to pay £110 fine after vicious nightclub attack @ 3:23 pm
On May 13, 2016
Jane Park attacked a man in a nasty nightclub row during which her pal threatened to headbutt a cop and called him a 'speccy c***'
Sheriff Peter Braid told her in court: 'Your conduct was unacceptable. You assaulted a gentleman who was doing his job.'
The UK's youngest lotto millionaire has been given four weeks to pay a £110 fine after launching an attack at a nightclub.
Jane Park, who struck lucky on the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle when she was 17, admitted to a charge of attacking the nightclub bouncer.
The 21-year-old slapped steward Lee Rutherford during an argument at the City Nightclub in February last year, the Daily Record reports.
Her pal Jordan Archibald, 25, struggled with police sergeant Kevin Smith during the same incident and tried to headbutt him.
SWNS Jane Park from Edinburgh who won £ 1million on the Lottery
Jane Park, who struck lucky on the EuroMillions Millionaire Raffle when she was 17, admitted to a charge of attacking the nightclub bouncer
Park and Archibald, both of Edinburgh, changed their not guilty pleas shortly before their trial was due to begin.
Archibald, from Leith, pled guilty to struggling with Sergeant Smith and attempting to headbutt him.
Park, of Niddrie, who wore a smart pink blazer and ripped jeans to court, pled guilty to assault.
Discussing her pal's conduct, the court heard: 'The accused called the police sergeant a speccy c**t and attempted to headbutt him'
Kirsty Lyons, prosecuting, told the court that the pair got involved in an argument at the club and bouncers phoned the police.
When officers arrived, they tried to take Archibald into custody.
Lyons said: “The accused called the police sergeant a speccy c**t and attempted to headbutt him.
”Lee Rutherford and the accused Park were arguing. She slapped him.”
When officers arrived, they tried to take her pal Archibald into custody, but they did not come quietly
Archibald’s solicitor David Patterson told the court his client, an events manager, had been drinking and was sorry for what he had done.
Edinburgh Sheriff Court
Patterson added: “He expresses his remorse for what he has done. He realises his behaviour was completely unacceptable.”
Park’s solicitor Stephen Mannifeld said: “She also regrets her involvement”.
Sheriff Peter Braid fined Archibald £180 and fined Park £110.
He told Park: “Your conduct was unacceptable. You assaulted a gentleman who was doing his job.”
Both defendants asked for a month to pay their fine.
Archibald told Mr Patterson that he wanted the same amount of time.
Park has told television interviewers how she prefers high street fashion and holidays in resorts such as Magaluf and Benidorm.
The Hibs fan is also a keen user of Twitter and has previously become involved in online spats with Rangers fans.
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