Callie Rogers, well-known for being Britain's youngest lotto winner, said she brought her dog for a routine check up and walked out of the surgery with seven "gorgeous" puppies.
The teenager was "jumping and screaming" when she realised she had become a millionaire in 2003, aged just 16, plunging herself into the public eye.
The young teen won the jackpot when she was a checkout girl earning just £3.60 an hour – whilst living with foster parents on a council estate in Cockermouth, Cumbria.
Now, after many trials and tribulations, Callie, 33, has settled down after run ins with the law, savage beatings against her and alleged substance abuse.
Recently, she took to Instagram to reveal that her French bulldog had seven puppies unexpectedly.
"Trip to the vet to get checked over, ended up leaving with 7 gorgeous puppies. Didn't expect that many at all," she wrote late in November.
She explained in a hash tag that she is the "proudest mammy."
Before she scooped nearly £1.9 million in 2003, Callie said: "I will not go wild and spend loads. I'm going to take some advice and see an accountant."
But the lottery winner ended up blowing her huge jackpot and is currently living on benefits.
After she won the whopping sum, it was reported that she spent thousands on drug-fuelled parties, designer clothes and plastic surgery, which included three boob jobs.
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Callie suddenly found it hard to maintain friendships after people tried to befriend her to get a hold of some of her windfall.
She told Closer Magazine in 2013: "I was a local celeb and people would come up to me in pubs as if they were my best friend and I felt pressure to buy them all drinks. I didn't know who to trust.
"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 nearly broke me, but thankfully, I'm now stronger."
Callie generously gave around half a million pounds to her friends and family – and was subject to a brutal assault in more recent years after gaining popularity in her local area.
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Her attackers Marie Hinde, 38, and Jade Quayle, 27, were later jailed after she was knocked unconscious and left with broken ribs, smashed teeth and permanent damage to her eyesight.
The Lottery winner found her life on a rapid decline and in March this year, it was revealed in court that she was claiming universal credit.
The revelation came while she was slapped with a 22-month driving ban after she crashed her 4×4 with her new partner Jason Fearon, 31, last year December.
It was reported that she had to be pepper sprayed when she was detained after a police chase in Cumbria. Her partner said she was driving but her defence said there was no evidence to back his claim.
The mum-of-four admitted to failing to take a specimen and was given an electric tag for 11 weeks, after she tested positive for cocaine, reports The Sun.
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