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Aunt and Nephew Agree to Share Jackpot After Dispute Over...

Postby worldlottery.net » Tue 18 Sep 18, 13:00

A court case over how a C$1.2 million Chase the Ace jackpot should be split between two family members has finally come to an end. Barbara Reddick, from Nova Scotia, Canada, filed a lawsuit against her nephew, Tyrone MacInnis, after he claimed to be owed a share of the $600,000 prize.

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