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Jane Park posts tribute to ex-boyfriend who was shot dead on New Year's Eve

Jane Park posts tribute to ex-boyfriend who was shot dead on New Year's Eve

She revealed that she spoke to her ex just a day before his death

The ex-boyfriend of Jane Park - the UK's youngest EuroMillions winner - was shot dead on New Year's Eve.

Park was aged just 17 when she won a £1 million jackpot back in 2013.

The now-27-year-old has revealed that she spoke to her ex, Marc Webley, just a day before his death.

According to reports, Webley was celebrating Hogmanay in Edinburgh on New Year's Eve (31 December) when he was shot dead.

The incident reportedly took place outside the Anchor Inn just moments before the countdown to 2024.

Webley was said to have carried weapons around with him at the time, while a source claims he may have been expecting an attack.

The source told Daily Record that Webley's brother, Don, said that his sibling 'went the day he wanted'.

"Don posted on his Facebook that Marc went the day he wanted, the way he wanted and then laid down the gauntlet by saying 'come and get it'," they said.

"There's going to be wars in the city if Marc has been murdered."

LADbible has contacted Police Scotland for comment.

Marc Webley (pictured centre) was shot dead last night (31 December).

Webley had previously served 11 years behind bars after shooting a drugs gang rival.

Meanwhile, he was cleared of two attempted murders last year after he was accused of repeatedly slamming his car into another vehicle.

In a heartfelt tribute on Instagram, Park opened up on how the pair 'spent months together'.

"I can't believe I'm writing this we spoke yesterday," she wrote on her Story.

"If I could cuddle you again and tell you everything is going to be ok I would give anything to do it Marc.

"The months we spent together you taught me some valuable things in life and I'll never ever forget you.

"l am absolutely devastated.

"The best bed for you is up there My Handsome."

Jane Park shared a heartfelt tribute to her ex on Instagram.

In the wake of Webley's death, his brother has updated his profile picture to one of him with his late sibling and has been showered with condolences.

One person wrote: "Sorry for your loss mate."

Another added: "Sorry for your loss bud, condolences to all the family."

A third went on: "Heart goes out to you and family."

Park also replied to the post with a simple love heart emoji.

Police confirmed that road closures were in place surrounding the pub following 'an incident'.

"Road closures are in place on Granton Road and Granton Crescent following an incident which was reported to police around 11.50pm on Sunday, December 31," a spokeswoman said, according to the Mirror.

"Officers are at the scene and closures will remain in place while enquiries continue to establish the full circumstances."

Featured Image Credit: Jane Park/Instagram/Facebook

Topics: UK News, Crime