#navbar-iframe { display: none !important; } HOUSE OF GLITZ...!!!: OOH NO SHE DIDIN'T! !MEGA MILLION WINNER SINGLE MOM, WON'T SHARE WITH CO-WORKERS WHO PUT MONEY IN FOR TICKET

Monday, April 2, 2012

OOH NO SHE DIDIN'T! !MEGA MILLION WINNER SINGLE MOM, WON'T SHARE WITH CO-WORKERS WHO PUT MONEY IN FOR TICKET



See this is why we don't believe in office pools of lotto ticket, it always ends just like this.  There is no honor among theives...  Mega Millions mania has plunged a Maryland McDonald’s into a bubbling cauldron of controversy.  The curse of the lottery has already started.

Workers at the fast-food joint who pooled their cash for tickets are furious at a colleague who claims she won with a ticket she bought for herself and has no intention of sharing.

“We had a group plan, but I went and played by myself. [The ‘winning’ ticket] wasn’t on the group plan,” McDonald’s “winner’’ Mirlande Wilson 37, told The Post yesterday, insisting she alone bought one of the three tickets nationwide that will split a record $656 million payout.
Wilson’s co-workers — who make little more than $7.50 an hour — are sizzling with anger over the notion.



“She can’ t do this to us!” said Suleiman Osman Husein, a shift manager and one of 15 members in the pool. “We each paid $5. She took everybody’s money!” 


“I was in the group, but this was separate. The winning ticket was a separate ticket,” the single mother of seven said as she and her fianc√© left her home in the squalid Westport neighborhood to attend church.

The Haitian immigrant refused to show what she said was the winning ticket, claiming she had it hidden in another location and would present it to lottery officials today.
 Pressed as the day went on, she became more crazy. 




“I don’t know if I won. Some of the numbers were familiar. I recognized some of [them],’’ she said. “I don’t know why’’ people are saying differently. “I’m going to go to the lottery office [today]. I bought some tickets separately.”

With winning tickets also sold in Illinois and Kansas, a single Maryland winner would get an after-tax lump sum of $105 million, or $5.59 million a year for 26 years.  (READ FULL STORY)



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