Three people have come forward to claim one of three tickets for the massive 656-million-dollar Mega Millions jackpot. Maryland Lottery Director Stephen Martino said the winning ticket was bought in the Baltimore County area. Martino said the winners, who have chosen to remain anonymous, are teachers. One is an administrative worker in education. One of the winners holds two jobs. Each will get about
35-million dollars. WOW!
The lawyer for Mirlande Wilson, who had made earlier claims to having the ticket, now says he doesn't know if Wilson is in fact the winner. He also says a McDonald's co-worker of Wilson's has filed a lawsuit against her. I'm guessing she lays low for quite a while.
Would you remain anonymous if you won a big lottery like this? Fill me in mmacht@yourQ102.com
You'd think that people would start to figure it out when you were spending money like you had money. I'd love to have the opportunity to share with my family and friends. I'd like to think that I'd be able to stay the same person I am now, but you hear stories of how that much money can really change people. I'm sure I'll never get to find out unless the lottery decides to give me a break. Ya, probably not happening.