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I was hoping it would be just some small-time state senator but its fucking Andy Biggs. His in congress now and represents my district and he sucks. Voted against one of the Coronavirus relief bills because it “redefined the family” because it recognized domestic partners. I didn’t even know he won the lottery and now I despise him even more. The Nice Awesome Waitress Shirt. Urooj Khan was poisoned a day after winning in $1 million in July 2012. Michigan winner Amanda Clayton was found dead from a drug overdose less than a year after winning $735,000. In March 2012, a New Jersey jury unanimously decided that Americo Lopes had cheated his coworkers out of their share of a $38.5 Mega Millions jackpot lottery pool.
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Lopes claimed he had won the jackpot on a personal ticket but the panel rejected that theory. And then of course there’s the story of Larry Payne, the East Alabama man who forgot about a lottery ticket in his truck. With just a few weeks before the ticket was due to expire, Payne lent the truck to his nephew. And then of course there’s the Nice Awesome Waitress Shirt. With just a few weeks before the ticket was due to expire, Payne lent the truck to his nephew. The nephew found the ticket and told his uncle. They thought it was only worth $600. Excited by the find, Payne’s nephew told his boss. It later transpired the ticket was worth $1 million. The boss claimed that Payne’s nephew had stolen the ticket off her desk. The case went to court and Payne was awarded the winnings.