A White City woman accused of using a dead woman's credit card to buy an Oregon Lottery ticket that won a $1 million prize has been jailed for violating her probation on a methamphetamine possession charge.
Christina Goodenow, 39, was sentenced to six months in custody for violating her probation in a 2003 methamphetamine case.
Meanwhile, she remains in a dispute with authorities over the lottery proceeds.
Authorities say Goodenow spent about $11,000 using the card of the mother of a longtime boyfriend. When she won the lottery, Goodenow used her initial proceeds to pay down the debt.
Goodenow pleaded no contest Thursday to theft, forgery and cheating charges.
She maintains maintains she bought the lottery ticket with her own funds, but she still faces forfeiture charges.