One might think that winning the the lottery It is a dream for any couple and it can only make things better. Although this was not the case for the Canadian couple who won Millionaire Award the lotteryBut it’s over affect their relationship And a rest was created for him Ongoing legal dispute.
Dennis Robertson s Maurice Thibault They used to buy lottery tickets with the promise of sharing the prize if any were won, Morris recently bought a winning ticket and won 3 million Canadian dollars, which is more than 2.3 million US dollars. The problem arose when, after seeing that he had won the prize, Maurice decided to break up with his girlfriend, breaking both their covenant and relationship.
According to the woman, Morris He did not comment on the winning ticketAnd he took the decision to separate without giving many reasons, and left his job. After one day the man completely disappeared from her life. Obviously all of this was very suspicious As for Denise, who decided to investigate and ended up checking what her ex-boyfriend was now hiding.
Such was his anger when he learned of the situation, from that moment on, A legal battle has begun to claim Half of that amount is $3 millionIn addition to a punitive damages award. In the same way, Morris denies making that promise Initially, he considers this the basis of the legal battle.
Although the judicial situation is not yet clear, the lottery I decided to withhold the part of the award that “turns” into DeniseSo, so far, Maurice only has half the money, and if he wins the trial, he will get the other half, although if justice decides that Dennis is the rightful owner, you will have the money in your account.
Regarding this, Denise’s lawyer explained: “I’ve always agreed to it in case I own winning ticket, the profits will be from both, together as a coupleWhich he also explained to him about Maurice’s actions: “He acted with deceit, arrogance, arrogance, and cruel indifference.” It will be necessary to see how the judicial problem is resolved, and whether the power of the word is established in court.