Maurice Thibeault won a $6.1 million jackpot in a 6/49 game last year. His now ex-girlfriend says the pair regularly bought tickets together and agreed to split the money if they won.
His ex-girlfriend also says that she came home from work one day to discover that Thibeault had moved all his possessions out of the home they shared. Before that Thibeault also told her their lottery ticket had lost, she alleges.
The first part of his lawsuit is for $250,000 in damages from the AGCO for “negligent investigation, tortious interference in contractual relations, breach of fiduciary duty and breach of statutory duty.”
He also wants $500,000 for punitive damages and another $75,000 on top of that for special damages, that includes the costs of his lawyers against his ex-girlfriend and the legal fees for the action against the AGCO.
So as you can tell this whole thing is pretty messy.
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