Mega Millions 'winner' Mirlande Wilson won't share lottery jackpot





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Published on Apr 3, 2012

Maryland McDonald's worker Mirlande Wilson claims she has one of three winning tickets for the record $656 million jackpot in the Mega Millions lottery this weekend.

Mirlande Wilson was part of a workplace pool with 15 co-workers at a Millford Mill McDonald's but she claims the winning lottery ticket was not one of the pool's tickets and is refusing to share the $218 million share of the Mega Millions prize.

Mirlande Wilson's co-workers are angry and say that she should split the winnings with her as they had given her more money to buy extra Mega Millions tickets, but Wilson is sticking to her story.

Mega Millions officials have cast doubt on whether Wilson is really one of three winners and have said so far no one has produced a winning ticket. The winning tickets were sold in Kansas, Maryland and Illinois.

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