10 Lottery Winners Who Were Ultimately Losers

1. Callie Rogers

Good fortune doesn’t necessarily mean good sense. Here are 10 lottery winners whose lives didn’t turn out for the better after winning the lottery.



In 2003, aged just 16, Callie Rogers became the youngest jackpot winner of the UK’s National Lottery. Unsurprisingly she frittered her money away fairly quickly on things such as a boob job, holidays and parties. She estimates that since her win, she has spent £250,000 ($360,000) on cocaine. By 2013 she had just £2000 in the bank.