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Britain’s youngest lottery winner Callie Rogers looked almost unrecognizable as she shared a dramatic image of herself with a shaved head.

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Callie Rogers, 33, from Cumbria, posted a picture on her Facebook page this month showing herself with a stylish gray buzz cut.

The mother of four, who used to have shiny brunette locks, looked almost unrecognizable with her eye-catching hairstyle, while also showing off her neck and arm tattoos.

It comes shortly after she admitted she was destitute and was living on welfare 18 years after winning £ 1.8 million at the age of 16.

She was also recently banned from driving after her SUV crashed into a hedge while she was on a lot of cocaine, The Sun reported.

In a caption next to her Facebook post, she said the “greatest challenge” in life is “being yourself”.

She won the jackpot when she was a teenager, making £ 3.60 an hour as a cashier at the co-op and living with foster parents in Cockermouth, Cumbria.

But Rogers wasted himself on three breast augmentation surgeries, drug parties, and £ 300,000 worth of designer clothes.

She also gave around half a million pounds to friends and family – and was brutally attacked two years ago after gaining prominence in her area.

And in March it was reported that the lottery winner claimed Universal Credit despite her £ 1.8 million win in 2003.

The revelation came in court when the judge banned her from driving for 22 months after crashing her four-wheel drive with high cocaine use.

Rogers had to be sprayed with pepper spray when police arrested her after turning off a country road while she was being chased by Cumbria police.

Last December she was out with her new boyfriend Jason Fearon, 31, when Rogers was plowing through a hedge near the town of Crosby.

A police officer got out of his car around 1:20 a.m. to check on Rogers’ Hyundai Tucson, but the prosecutor told the court how the couple tried to escape.

Pam Fee told Workington Magistrates ‘Court, “[Fearon] was then taken to the police car where he said,’ I told her not to drive,” referring to the woman he was with was. ”

Rogers, meanwhile, was trying to get out of her handcuffs and had to be suppressed by PAVA, a compound found in chili peppers that resembles pepper spray.

She later tested positive for cocaine use but refused to take a breathalyzer.

Ms. Fee told the court, “They both said it was her and that she was not repeatedly the driver of police officers. Meanwhile her behavior seemed to be up and down. ‘

She previously shared how her lottery win put her on a downward trend and called for more protection for young winners.

Within weeks, she met Nicky Lawson, the father of their oldest two children, and moved into a £ 180,000 bungalow.

But five years later, their relationship broke down, and Rogers attempted suicide.

At some point, her kids were taken away from her, and she splashed 17,000 pounds on a tit job to boost her confidence.

She previously claimed to have spent £ 250,000 on cocaine but has since denied it.

Rogers also said she was attacked by people who pretended to be her friends just to suck their money away.

In 2018, she revealed how she thought she was going to die after being attacked by two women one evening.

She was knocked unconscious, had broken teeth, broken ribs and permanently damaged her eyesight. Marie Hinde, 38, and Jade Quayle, 27, were later imprisoned.

She told Closer magazine in 2013, “I got up late and made a living from takeaways. And so-called buddies came by to celebrate until the early hours of the morning.

“All of a sudden I was a local celebrity and people would come up to me in pubs like they were my best friend and I felt the pressure to buy them all drinks. I didn’t know who to trust. ‘

She added, “It was too much money for someone so young. Even if you say your life won’t change, it does – and often, not for the better. It almost broke me, but luckily I’m stronger now.

“I try to forget the ups and downs I’ve been through and just feel like a normal person. The pressure to have a glamorous party life is gone – and I prefer it. ‘