Michael Carroll became the infamous "Lotto Lout" in the UK for the lavish way he spent his fortune.
In 2002, at the age of 19, the bin-man bagged nearly £10million and didn't waste anytime squandering it.
Drugs fuelled parties and prostitutes were a regular occurrence at the youngster's new five bed mansion in Norfolk, where he claims to have had over 4,000 partners!
Before the jackpot scoop, Carroll and his fiancé, Sandra, were planning for their first child as Sandra was 7 months pregnant.
Within months of the win Sandra had moved out as she grew tired of the number of infidelities from her out of control husband.
With his ex-wife gone the parties started to get bigger and louder.
Every month Carroll threw Champagne parties that cost up to £50,000 not to mention a drug addiction that took £2,000 a day.
Coupled with the "vultures
" and fake friends that were looking to exploit him for his new found wealth it was no surprise that the lottery winner's days at the top were numbered.
In a bid to save his lifestyle he invested any remaining cash he had into an investment company that failed. By 2012 he was broke and started taking welfare from the state. He now works delivery logs earning about £10 per hour.