Posted on Mar 19, 2012
A New Jersey construction worker must share a $38.5 million lottery jackpot with five co-workers, according to a jury's verdict. Americo Lopes and five co-workers had regularly been in a lottery pool since 2007, each paying for two tickets. Lopes claimed that the 12 lottery tickets he bought, one which was the big winner were purchased individually. The jury disagreed. Read more in USA Today, Jury: Lottery Winner Cheated Co-Workers.