Lotto gran who tried to claim a £33million babydoll chemise prize with a soiled ticket says she’s been flooded with offers for work as a LINGERIE MODEL
A grandmother who found notoriety when she claimed babydoll chemise she’d washed a winning lottery ticket now wants to make her millions modelling lingerie.
Susanne Hinte, of Worcester, was propelled into babydoll chemise the spotlight after she said she put a £33million-winning Lotto ticket in the washing machine.
Since the babydoll chemise actual winner came forward and Ms Hinte’s claim was dismissed, the 48-year-old has attempted to cash in on her new-found fame.
Susanne Hinte has turned her babydoll chemise hand to lingerie modelling after missing out on a huge lottery win
She was offered the work after she found fame by wrongly claiming she had washed a winning ticket
The German-born babydoll chemise grandmother-of-four says she has now been inundated with offers to model lingerie.
She posed for cameras after trying on a grey underwear set made by Sipsey babydoll chemise Lingerie in Solihull, West Midlands.
Ms Hinte was also offered a free bra-fitting service as well as an array of designer lingerie by the luxury brand.
She was also invited for a special consultation with bespoke bra designer Fitelle at their shop in Woolhampton, Berkshire.
She spoke to owner and designer Debi Richens who created a mould of her breast after a personal consultation.
Ms Hinte said: ‘I have been overwhelmed by people trying to help me and the fact that someone would want to offer me designer lingerie is unbelievable.’
Ms Hinte was approached by Fitelle, a bespoke bra designer, to make a custom made bra for her
She said she was happy to model the lingerie and is amazed that people are offering her underwear
During the frenzied period when the lottery money remained unclaimed, tabloid newspapers printed a topless photo Ms Hinte had posted on a dating website.
There was anger last month when it was claimed she got a babydoll chemise brand new Vauxhall Astra on a lease using money from her £500-a-month Personal Independence Payment benefit.
She gets the payment – as well as £600 a month in other benefits – because she has an enlarged heart that leaves her unable to walk far, and it includes a sum for mobility.
The three-year lease would usually cost £400 a month but Miss Hinte got it under the government Motability scheme, so she also gets free servicing, road tax and insurance.
Ms Hinte is currently on trial accused of stealing a purse from the home of an elderly woman she met on her way to a blind date.
Susanne, who denies the theft, appeared at Birmingham Magistrates Court earlier this year but her trial was adjourned until later this month.
She is also rumoured to have been in talks to appear on the next series of Celebrity Big Brother.
Ms Hinte sparked anger earlier this year when it was claimed she got a brand new Vauxhall Astra which she will lease using money from her £500-a-month Personal Independence Payment benefit