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15 Lottery Winners And How They Lost Their Prize Money

Thursday, Aug 12, 2021, 4:16 pm


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Good luck doesn't always make good things happen. The people you are about to see now were definitely the luckiest people on earth. They were one in millions who managed to grab a huge amount of money in lotteries. However, things didn't really go right for them. In no time, they went from riches to rags. Read fifteen unbelievable stories of lottery winners who lost all or a huge part of their prize money after winning a big lottery.
4.Jack Whittaker

Jack Whittaker was already a rich man when he won the $314 million Powerball multi-state lottery. He chose one-time payout over an annuity, to which he got paid about $113 million in single lump sum payment. The man lost more than $700,000 in cash to thieves as he used to carry cash in suitcases. His granddaughter and her boyfriend were dead from drug overdose. His daughter died in 2009 for unknown reasons. His business was in troubles. 


Jack Whittaker-15 Lottery Winners And How They Lost Their Prize Money


5.Sharon Tirabassi Spent $10 Million in 10 Years

Sharon Tirabassi, a 35 year old lady from Ontario, won $10 million in the lottery a decade back. She bought properties, fancy cars, went on exotic trips. After ten years, nothing much left except those memories of being a rich woman. She is now living in a rented house and working part-time to make ends meet. 


Sharon Tirabassi Spent  Million in 10 Years-15 Lottery Winners And How They Lost Their Prize Money


6.Michael Carroll Spent $13.4 Million on Drugs and Stuff

Michael Carroll, a British guy, has won about $13.4 million when he was just a 19-year-old guy. The man said he spent everything on women, friends, parties, drugs and cars. By 2012, he ran out of cash. He now says he deeply regret spending money like some Roman emperor! He is now quietly working in a Cookie Factory.


Michael Carroll Spent .4 Million on Drugs and Stuff-15 Lottery Winners And How They Lost Their Prize Money




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