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Sunday, April 8, 2012

McDonald's Worker Now Says She Lost the Mega Millions Ticket

Mirlande Wilson, center, who has claimed that she has the Maryland Mega Millions ticket, appears at a news conference with attorney Edward Smith Jr., left, Wednesday, April 4, 2012, in Baltimore. (AP Photo/Sarah Brumfield)
The Maryland woman, Mirlande Wilson, 37, who claimed she bought the $656 Million, Mega Millions ticket is now saying she lost it. 
Wilson claims she bought the winning ticket at a 7-Eleven in Baltimore, but so far none of the three winners — the two others were in Illinois and Kansas — has actually come forward to claim the money.
Asked by NBC Washington’s Shomari Stone whether she was going to ask for her share, Wilson said, “if I find it [the ticket].”
Stone then asked Wilson if she had lost the ticket and she replied, “I misplaced it.”
She was reportedly responsible for a McDonald’s employee pool of Mega Millions tickets, but has said that the winning ticket wasn’t part of the pool.
Either she's extremely selfish is a straight up liar.  I guess only time will tell, and if  she quits her job or pops up with a new Bentley, we'll know the truth, won't we.

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