One of the reported winners in Thursday night's $564 million Powerball drawing is a 26-year-old mother of four who quit her jobs at Walmart and McDonald's to care for her children, one of whom has cerebral palsy, according to WECT, a North Carolina NBC affiliate. Marie Holmes, of Brunswick County, North Carolina, came forward on Thursday with what looks to be a winning ticket matching the Powerball numbers (11, 13, 25, 39, 54 and 19), bagging her one-third of the massive jackpot.
A 26-year-old mother of four, Marie Holmes, says she bought the winning Powerball ticket on Feb. Holmes said she plans to disappear for some time to avoid the potential pitfalls that have befallen many lottery winners before her after consulting with lawyers and financial consultants in nearby Raleigh.


Asked if she would be buying a car or a house, Holmes said she probably would — but stressed the money was going straight to securing a future for her children. The $188 million jackpot ticket (after the split) was the fourth for North Carolina and the largest in the state's history, according to the North Carolina Education Lottery.
All remain "pending" on the Powerball's website, and so Holmes' ticket has yet to be confirmed as a winner.
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