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$2 billion Powerball lottery winner Edwin Castro buys a third California mansion for $47 million
I sense this is a knee jerk reaction to keep his funds /investments out of his bank account. With his recent lawsuit concerning legitimacy of the original ticket. I can see him using the system to his advantage. Very thee well to him on this venture. He isn't living in these places - he is building his enterprise- For film locations and for high end foreign travelers to rent during their stays in the area.
Sep 13, 2023, 12:21 am - TheGameGrl - Lottery News

Florida Players Post Your Dreams Here
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Sep 4, 2023, 10:45 am - MystiQue470 - Mystical Forum

One ticket sold in California wins $1.08 billion Powerball jackpot
in a surprise twist, jose rivera claims this ticket also was stolen from him by 'reggie' and he is the true winner. he has preemptively filed a blanket lawsuit against everyone in california just in case.
Jul 20, 2023, 4:56 pm - Brock Lee - Lottery News

Iowa Lottery retailer accuses store manager of buying ticket he knew won $100,000
Correct. now they might have a lawsuit but hey their loss. thank you. inside job big time.
Mar 21, 2023, 6:33 pm - wander73 - Lottery News

California man claims winning $2.04 billion Powerball lottery ticket was stolen from him
The ticket has a time stamp and probably one on the video too. It's similar to the Iowa store video showing someone that looked a lot like Eddie Tippon purchasing a lottery ticket at the exact time and place the winning ticket was sold. The lawsuit doesn't say if Rivera even knows Castro but does say he doesn't know Reggie's last name. The judge will probably be confused too.
Feb 27, 2023, 4:48 am - Stack47 - Lottery News

Florida man wins $1 million prize after being cut in line for lottery tickets
Gloria passed less than two years after suing her son Scott Mackenzie (not the guy wearing a flower in his hair ) over who how he was managing the winnings. Found her obituary but nothing about the results of the lawsuit.
Jan 27, 2023, 1:09 am - Stack47 - Lottery News

California winner of $2.04 billion Powerball lottery jackpot revealed
TMZ Reports -- A lottery spokesperson tells TMZ, The California Lottery is not authorized to investigate criminal activity among its players; such allegations are subject to investigation only by local law enforcement. Should a local law enforcement agency investigate such allegations, Lottery s only role is to assist in the matter by answering questions and/or providing evidence as allowed under the law. They continue, Further, when it comes to the vetting process for big winners, Californ
Feb 24, 2023, 4:04 am - deborahl - Lottery News

Pick 3 number
I'm glad i'm not the only one it happens to. I've reached the point after a couple of days where I can now laugh at it, but when I watched that number come up that night I was so upset because earlier that day something was nagging me to play that number again and I just didn't listen. Always follow those hunches! I consoled myself by remembering that it's just the way the wind blows and i'll win again eventually. Last year out of the blue a check appeared in my mailbox for $1,500 from some
Jun 18, 2023, 11:01 am - chris330r - Lottery Discussion Forum

California man claims winning $2.04 billion Powerball lottery ticket was stolen from him
It's plausible, but improbable unless Castro is Rivera's doppelg nger and was able to fool the CA Lottery throughout a weeks long vetting process. There's also the question of why Reggie stole a ticket before the drawing. This claim is in the complaint, which I managed to find on document cloud. The vast majority of tickets end up worth $0, so why steal one before the drawing? This describes some of the vetti
Feb 26, 2023, 12:18 pm - cottoneyedjoe - Lottery News

Casino Dealer Kept Working As Player Died :-(
It's one of those stories that makes no sense. For instance, While playing blackjack with friends and business associates, Jagolinzer s hand began convulsing at which point, he collapsed and became slumped over on the blackjack table with his head down, the lawsuit filed in Nevada civil court alleges . Bet his buddies thought he was taking a nap and told the dealer to keep on dealing. The Casino disputes the allegations, Wynn Resorts, which owns and operates the Wynn Las Vegas luxu
Feb 25, 2023, 12:05 am - Stack47 - Gaming Forum

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