Rosalyn Edmonds from NW Washington was given an early Christmas gift with her Hot Lotto quick pick from Petworth Liquor, she won $30,000!
The DC Lottery celebrates our winners – the people who have purchased winning tickets, big prizes and bigger prizes, all throughout the district. Read about our winners here: the games they played, how much they won and where they played. That was when when Denette stopped at 7-11 convenience store and bought $23 worth of Mega Millions tickets. Taking the chance paid off: One of his tickets was a winner, yielding a jackpot of more than $75 million. In the next three years, Joe quickly spent $20 million of his winnings on charitable donations, a four-carat diamond for his wife, six houses and a collection of grown-up toys most men can only dream of: eight cars, a fleet of ATVs, jet skis, a boat, and two tour buses.
Unlike Denette, Alexandra Char wants to work -- so much so that after she learned she won $1 million from a scratch-off ticket, the 21-year-old waitress gave herself just one day off before heading back to her job at a Mexican restaurant. It's not just her work life that's stayed the same: Char hung on to her pre-lotto living arrangements. The two-time California lottery winner who claimed to inadvertently give a stranger a winning ticket worth six figures says she'd be willing to split the money with him if he'd only come forward to tell the truth.


Leach, 30, won $1 million playing a lottery scratch-off game in January and used it to pay off some $300,000 in medical bills stemming from a ruptured spleen and a life-threatening bout with pancreatitis a couple of years earlier. Her feel-good story was widely reported by local media, but this week she drew national attention for another, more controversial lottery win: She said she won another scratch-off game -- this time, for a jackpot of $260,000 -- but she accidentally gave the ticket to a man who was begging her for help at a Mountain View, Calif. The man, who has not been identified, has reportedly claimed that he gave Leach money to buy him a ticket because he recognized her as a previous lottery winner and thought she'd bring him luck. Leach said that in the ensuing conversation, the man revealed that he knew all about her -- her lottery win and her health problems. A clerk at the store at the time gave a different account to the media: He has said that Leach intentionally gave the man a lottery ticket. Leach said that despite her desire to help others, she would never give away a lottery ticket. Leach said that after the incident -- long before she learned that she accidentally gave away a winning ticket -- she was in tears, upset by how pressured she felt by the stranger.
Still, she said she'd still be willing to give the man money from her winnings if he told the truth about what happened that day -- that he "pressured," "confused" and "frustrated" her. Home comfort: A British ticketholder has won A?113m on the EuroMillions lotteryOne astonishingly lucky British ticketholder will be waking up today to find themselves A?113million richer.


Eclipsed: Nigel Page and Justine Laycock were Britain's second-biggest lottery winners after scooping a jackpot of A?56m in the EuroMillions gameIn fact, the sum eclipses the wealth of Bee Gees Barry and Robin Gibb, who have A?110million, Phil Collins with his A?108million, the A?105million of Rod Stewart, and David Bowiea€™s A?100million.
The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Both are lottery winners and, despite their very different choices, both say they are happy. She still clips coupons despite the couple's millions and says she still worries about money. She said it began when she was standing in front of the man in a line at the convenience store. She said she and her family have been overwhelmed by attention related to her lottery wins, from profane, prank phone calls to people showing up at her home. This winning ticket hit on Christmas day at the 800 Corner Store on North Capitol Street, NW.



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