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Published: Fri, March 09, 2018
Culture | By Antonia Gonzales

Lawyers for Powerball winner claim $559M prize

Lawyers for Powerball winner claim $559M prize

The lawyers announced the victor, identified only as "Jane Doe" in court documents, plans to donate $150,000 to Girls Inc. and $33,000 each to three New Hampshire chapters of End 68 Hours of Hunger.

Individuals go from living relatively normal lives to suddenly never needing to worry about money again, especially winners who take home as much as mystery victor "Jane Doe".

She is suing the state lottery commission to be exempt from New Hampshire's "Right to Know Law" which intends to provide transparency and assure the public that winners aren't associated with the lottery. In the wake of his prize collection in OR, theLotter established a large operation in that state from which it safely and securely purchases its clients' USA lottery tickets!

The woman, identified as Jane Doe, signed the ticket following the January 6 drawing, but later learned she could remain anonymous through a trust.

We get it, you're having Powerball victor guilt. From the AP: A New Hampshire woman who won a Powerball jackpot worth almost $560 million plans to give as much as $50 million to charity as a legal fight to keep her identity private proceeds, her lawyers said Wednesday.

Following advice she received on the state lottery's website, the woman signed the ticket with her own name.

Executive director of the state lottery Charlie McIntyre said the interaction between the anonymous victor and the lottery office hasn't been adversarial. If there is no jackpot victor, the amount grows even larger for the next drawing.

TheLotter.com, a messenger service which legally purchases lottery tickets for overseas players, has helped people win $115 million Cdn. since 2002: late 2015 an Iraqi client won the $6.4 million United States jackpot in Oregon.

Horror stories of lottery winners whose luck ran out litter the internet.

"On behalf of the Good Karma Family 2018 Nominee Trust, we are pleased to accept this Powerball prize", said Shaheen.

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