British teenage Lottery millionaire Callie Rogers has been released by police after being at the center of a dramatic police cocaine bust.
Her semi-detached home in Solway View, Whitehaven, Cumbria was raided by officers at dawn on Wednesday after a tip-off.
Callie, now 21, was arrested on suspicion of dealing cocaine.
She was later released without charge, police sources said.
A man also arrested at the house has been charged with three counts of supplying cocaine.
Ryan Thompson, 20, from Whitehaven, is further charged with having a weapon which sprays a noxious gas or liquid.
Cumbria Police told Sky News he was due to appear at Workington Magistrates Court today.
Former Co-op shelf-stacker Callie won $2.7 million in 2003, when she was just 16, to become the second youngest Lotto millionaire.
Although the young mother has suffered a series of failed romances since winning the cash she has not blown her money.
Instead she has invested the winnings into four houses and has $1.1 million in savings.