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NC lottery winner spent $9M bailing out convict fiancé

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Posted: August 20, 2015, 7:52 pm - IP Logged

How did you get the address?  I was just going by the address on the news report in the local newspaper. 

Link me to the Zillow listing or a photo of the house, please.  I'd like to see it.

Marie Holme's address where they did the drug raid is located at 3055 Boverie St,Shallotte, NC 28470.  I don't know whether or not she has more than one home, I doubt it, though. She paid $299,000 for it, out of the MILLIONS she has. 

5 beds 4.5 baths 3,201 sqft

 

Compare the house to the video on google. ''Exclusive video of Marie Holmes drug bust.'' 

 

This is by far a mansion or even what most would consider a luxury home....at least in my opinion.

 

It's a nice home but looks like an upgraded habitat home. You can check out the pictures of the inside/outside of house.

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    I agree with every single words you said Candy Lane.  There's a reason this woman won so much money because trust me everything happens for a reason. She's really dumb thinking this guy is the love of her life. This is blind love which is not true love. For those who said why is her boyfriend getting in trouble when she got all that money, it's her money but don't worried, bet if they married and she have no pre-nupt he'll turn right around and dump her for another chick and sued her for half the millions whatever is left. She got blasted on FB, but just wait till the next chapter come in her life, her man will be in jail again, and they will give him a bigger bail.  If it keep up whether she married him or not, she'll be on welfare again. I cannot believed she actually said her man doesn't do drug or sell it and that's what he got busted for. If I was her,  I would hire a private investigator to follow him anonymously just to see where he go and what he do and with whom. She better take her money and get the heck out of dodge  and change her last name(kids too)  so he can't track her down ever.That man is BAD NEWS.

    You said it right! It's her money and her choice what she does with it. Hopefully she listens to the feedback on her FB and LP and pack up and leave him behind. If she doesn't then it's almost a guarantee that he'll be back in jail and they will give him a bigger bond like you said. And she'll keep bailing him out till Government takes all of her lotto $$.

    The Government watches you  like a hawk when you win this kind of money.

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      Posted: August 20, 2015, 10:15 pm - IP Logged

      Marie Holme's address where they did the drug raid is located at 3055 Boverie St,Shallotte, NC 28470.  I don't know whether or not she has more than one home, I doubt it, though. She paid $299,000 for it, out of the MILLIONS she has. 

      5 beds 4.5 baths 3,201 sqft

       

      Compare the house to the video on google. ''Exclusive video of Marie Holmes drug bust.'' 

       

      This is by far a mansion or even what most would consider a luxury home....at least in my opinion.

       

      It's a nice home but looks like an upgraded habitat home. You can check out the pictures of the inside/outside of house.

      Thanks.  I found it on several different real estate sites, but none had it marked as "sold".  None of the articles I read mentioned the exact address. Pretty nice house, like you say,not a mansion but it's luxurious - by MY standards. (which are fairly low, considering my own shack. )  Bing Maps still shows it to be in that gated division, though.

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        Posted: August 21, 2015, 9:06 am - IP Logged

        Thanks.  I found it on several different real estate sites, but none had it marked as "sold".  None of the articles I read mentioned the exact address. Pretty nice house, like you say,not a mansion but it's luxurious - by MY standards. (which are fairly low, considering my own shack. )  Bing Maps still shows it to be in that gated division, though.

        When I think of a luxury home I usually think of brick or stone homes with intricate exterior details and roomy upgraded interiors. Vinyl siding on the majority of a house does not shout luxury to me. The interior of her house looks like every other house built between 2004-2010.
         
        Regardless of my opinion, it's still a nice home. I'd be happy to take it..lol  I wouldn't purchase a home like this if I had that kind of money because it looks bland and like many of the homes that non lottery winners can afford. I would want something a bit more high end if I had her type of  money.
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          Thanks.  I found it on several different real estate sites, but none had it marked as "sold".  None of the articles I read mentioned the exact address. Pretty nice house, like you say,not a mansion but it's luxurious - by MY standards. (which are fairly low, considering my own shack. )  Bing Maps still shows it to be in that gated division, though.

          Zillow has the history on her new home. The deed is listed under a different town and name. The house it self is quite a step up from her previous living situation that they had profiled and is located in a new sub division that has card gated access and not guard gated.

          Definitely very modest home for someone of her means. I personally think a more exclusive guard gated community in a different state would have been a better and safer choice for her and her family.

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            When I think of a luxury home I usually think of brick or stone homes with intricate exterior details and roomy upgraded interiors. Vinyl siding on the majority of a house does not shout luxury to me. The interior of her house looks like every other house built between 2004-2010.
             
            Regardless of my opinion, it's still a nice home. I'd be happy to take it..lol  I wouldn't purchase a home like this if I had that kind of money because it looks bland and like many of the homes that non lottery winners can afford. I would want something a bit more high end if I had her type of  money.

            I agree. She could have easily paid $2 million or so on an extremely home in a much nicer neighborhood and area and it would not have affected her finances one bit. After she pays the balance of her federal tax bill in April, 2016 her true take home payment will still be roughly $70 million. 

            Just to put things in perspective, buying a $2 million dollar house with her assets would be comparable to someone who has $70k in savings splurging $2,000 on a dream home.

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              I agree. She could have easily paid $2 million or so on an extremely home in a much nicer neighborhood and area and it would not have affected her finances one bit. After she pays the balance of her federal tax bill in April, 2016 her true take home payment will still be roughly $70 million. 

              Just to put things in perspective, buying a $2 million dollar house with her assets would be comparable to someone who has $70k in savings splurging $2,000 on a dream home.

              Razz at spending $2 million for a house

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                I agree. She could have easily paid $2 million or so on an extremely home in a much nicer neighborhood and area and it would not have affected her finances one bit. After she pays the balance of her federal tax bill in April, 2016 her true take home payment will still be roughly $70 million. 

                Just to put things in perspective, buying a $2 million dollar house with her assets would be comparable to someone who has $70k in savings splurging $2,000 on a dream home.

                Yeah, very true. I agree $2 million would be very reasonable. That could have been a home with a lot of acres with very few neighbors to snitch you out.

                Had she spent more on a home with acreage instead of the modest home she purchased then I'm sure her neighbors wouldn't have been so close to smell the weed...lol

                 

                If I had the money she has I would probably stay somewhat within the same county and I would only spend around $500,000, maybe $1.5 million...at least that's what I tell myself from the homes I've seen on the internet that fit my taste if I ever were to win.   Maybe up to $5 million somewhere in California or Georgia.

                I guess where she came from is a big step up and I'm sure it feels like a mansion to her. Over 3000ft is spacious and 1000 more feet than I have to walk around. lol

                 She seemed to be sensible with her home purchase, so, I'm not sure why she made such a foolish choice on $9M for bail bond but to each his/her own, I guess.

                 

                I'm sure the next news story will be about her house getting boarded up and getting seized by the government.

                I'm still rooting for her and hope she proves me and everybody else wrong about her naive nature and poor judgement.

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                  Razz at spending $2 million for a house

                  In your case I have no doubt it would be a castle.

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                    Yeah, very true. I agree $2 million would be very reasonable. That could have been a home with a lot of acres with very few neighbors to snitch you out.

                    Had she spent more on a home with acreage instead of the modest home she purchased then I'm sure her neighbors wouldn't have been so close to smell the weed...lol

                     

                    If I had the money she has I would probably stay somewhat within the same county and I would only spend around $500,000, maybe $1.5 million...at least that's what I tell myself from the homes I've seen on the internet that fit my taste if I ever were to win.   Maybe up to $5 million somewhere in California or Georgia.

                    I guess where she came from is a big step up and I'm sure it feels like a mansion to her. Over 3000ft is spacious and 1000 more feet than I have to walk around. lol

                     She seemed to be sensible with her home purchase, so, I'm not sure why she made such a foolish choice on $9M for bail bond but to each his/her own, I guess.

                     

                    I'm sure the next news story will be about her house getting boarded up and getting seized by the government.

                    I'm still rooting for her and hope she proves me and everybody else wrong about her naive nature and poor judgement.

                    I just thought of another valid point as to why she bought such a modest home. Knowing full well that her boyfriend would continue to deal in drugs, there was no way she was going to spend over a million dollars on a dream home and possibly having it seized by federal or state agencies because of the illicit activities.

                    She is in need of serious guidance because the route she is taking is jeopardizing the future and well being of her entire family. She is madly in love with a drug dealing felon and it's unfortunate for her and her children.

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                      Its a  very nice home guys ,much better than she was living . Mike in texas on the zillow site it sold on july 2,2015 for $299,900 .You can see the inside as well .I wonder if she lost custody of her 3 kids belonging to one of her  baby  father would she have to give him child support if he wanted custody of the three kids.The youngest baby belongs to another father and paper & family  said that hes not in the babys life.

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                        I just thought of another valid point as to why she bought such a modest home. Knowing full well that her boyfriend would continue to deal in drugs, there was no way she was going to spend over a million dollars on a dream home and possibly having it seized by federal or state agencies because of the illicit activities.

                        She is in need of serious guidance because the route she is taking is jeopardizing the future and well being of her entire family. She is madly in love with a drug dealing felon and it's unfortunate for her and her children.

                        That could be true and a very logic reason.

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                          That could be true and a very logic reason.

                          The situation Marie Holmes is in with the drug dealing boyfriend is very  dangerous.A classmate of mine from highschool   went to prison for  a  huge operation drug bust and was given 10-15 years in prison .These drugdealers retailated  upon his release , held 2 of his children  and girlfriend were held for ransom because he turn in alot of people to the feds.  His children and girlfriend  were found however being treated in a burn center with serious burns .I just hope that Marie Holmes gets rid of the boyfriend and  raise her children in a healthy enviroment .

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                            I just thought of another valid point as to why she bought such a modest home. Knowing full well that her boyfriend would continue to deal in drugs, there was no way she was going to spend over a million dollars on a dream home and possibly having it seized by federal or state agencies because of the illicit activities.

                            She is in need of serious guidance because the route she is taking is jeopardizing the future and well being of her entire family. She is madly in love with a drug dealing felon and it's unfortunate for her and her children.

                            https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XoHzcQ6CMg

                            I'm rooting for this girl BUT she is not helping her public image at all. She even posted on her facebook account that her beau is neither a seller nor a user of drugs.

                            Why would a clear thinking person spend $9M on a worthless phallic symbol?. Before you click on the video link above, be warned: It has some strong language!!!.

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                              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XoHzcQ6CMg

                              I'm rooting for this girl BUT she is not helping her public image at all. She even posted on her facebook account that her beau is neither a seller nor a user of drugs.

                              Why would a clear thinking person spend $9M on a worthless phallic symbol?. Before you click on the video link above, be warned: It has some strong language!!!.

                              That gentleman sure spoke his mind and the majority of it I agree with but the part about Ms. Holmes lottery winnings being public money is off the deep end. That money is all hers and not a penny belongs to anyone other than what she owes in taxes to the federal government.

                              She is in dire need of guidance and I seriously doubt she will get competent help from anybody in her inner circle. It reminds me of of the financial advisor who attempted to help David Edwards but ended getting mocked and laughed at. Even if she is able to find a good group of attorneys, advisors and accountants who actually have some integrity, if she doesn't follow their advice and guidance then she may very well end up like many past jackpot winners....broke or dead.