JANE Park, the UK’s youngest EuroMillions winner, has praised a fellow Hibs fan caught on video spitting at rivals.
The vile footage shows the woman outside the club’s Easter Road stadium on Saturday spitting at Aberdeen fans behind a fence.
Park, from Edinburgh, denied claims that she is the woman in the footage but then added on Twitter “fair play” and a hand clapping emoji.
The video, posted on Sunday, shows the mystery woman and a group of Aberdeen fans exchanging insults after Hibs lost 1-0.
The woman then decides to take things a step further by spitting towards one of the Dons fans, the sound of which can be heard quite clearly in the video.
The infuriated away supporters be
gin shouting even louder and jump right up on to the fence while the women makes a sharp exit.
The original video was posted by Euan Stewart with the caption: “They have a lot of class in Leith.” It has since been reposted by other fans and viral football pages.
Another Twitter user, a Celtic fan, retweeted it and said: “Jane Park, classy as always.”
Park shortly afterwards tweeted a flat denial of the claim, writing: “Hahahahahahha I’m in England but fair play to whoever it is, 10 for trying.”
She added a “crying with laughter” emoji and a hand-clapping emoji.
Among the attacks on Park, one post stated: “Money can’t buy you class, she is an ugly, ill mannered b****.”
John McIntosh agreed, saying: “She’s vermin”, while another said: “Durty cow.”
Dean Pearson said: “Haha surely that’s no her. Funny if it is.”
Some showed support for her with one saying: “That wasn’t Jane Park.”
Another reply, from a Hibs fan, said: “Jane Park she’s one of our own.”
Fan Brian McMonagle said: “Told you b4 ignore the haters x.”
Jane Park became the UK’s youngest ever EuroMillions winner in 2013, scooping £1million at the age of just 17.
She splashed out on cars, holidays, clothes and plastic surgery which was a far cry from her £8-an-hour job as an admin temp and the two-bedroom Edinburgh council flat she shared with her mum Linda before her win.
However, she later said that her big win had ruined her life and even threatened to sue Camelot. Last week she appeared on This Morning warning people not to buy a ticket for the EuroMillions, for which she was branded a “fame hungry idiot.”