Published: Sun, March 10, 2019
Money | By Ralph Mccoy

Mega Millions numbers: Did you win Friday's $45 million lottery jackpot?

Mega Millions numbers: Did you win Friday's $45 million lottery jackpot?

She added that she also paid spousal support and continues to make payments. "And when I get the money I'm going to do that". "I have morals. I know what I've worked for and it's everything that I have".

"After that, I am basically locked into what my lawyer and other people that I got working for me tell me I can do", he said.

Eileen went on to shut down claims she'd called him this week, adding: "He'll think I'm there with my hand out and I have no intention to do that".

Weirsky says that the sudden financial windfall is a welcomed stroke of luck following his long and unsuccessful job hunt.

"I truly wish him well". He may start a business, he said, or work part time helping a friend who works as a handyman.

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Weirsky described himself as a "bum". He told lottery officials he had nearly lost the ticket the day he purchased it and said he forgot it at the counter in the store, but a good samaritan gave it back to the store clerk.

"I was a bum in high school, I was a bum after", he said with a laugh.

Weirsky said during a press conference on Thursday that he purchased the ticket at QuickCheck nearby his home, where he often purchases lottery tickets. "I put the tickets down to put my money away, then I did something with my phone and just walked away". "In addition to Mr. Weirsky's big win, retailers across New Jersey won big, too", said New Jersey Lottery Acting Executive Director James A. Carey, Jr., in a statement.

However, she said she will not pursuing any of Weirsky's newfound millions and has not tried to contact him. "I'm gonna give him something".

"It's going to change everything because I was unemployed", he said. Ironically, he says that he finally got a call for his first job interview just days after he won the jackpot - but now, he plans on using the money to buy his mother a new auto and take his family on a vacation before consulting with lawyers on what to do next. All the money in the world won't bring her back to her former husband of 15 years.

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