Lottery: Mother wants to give daughter part of her winnings – but then SHE of all people intervenes

Lotto: Man cleans up – unbelievable what he does afterwards

Lotto: Man cleans up – unbelievable what he does afterwards

Lotto: Those were the biggest wins of all time in Germany

Who doesn’t dream of winning the lottery millions? That’s how much money the biggest lucky lottery winners in Germany have won.

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Once in lotto win: Many dream of it, but only the least have this incredible luck.

Barry C. (52) managed what many wish for so much: he creamed powerfully lotto and won 5 million pounds (about 6 million euros).

Lotto: man wins a big chunk of money and then it happens

But shortly after the fat mega jackpot, he left his wife for another! The fresh millionaire met his new flame at work. The Sun reports on the case.

The father of three initially invested in luxury real estate throughout Glasgow (Scotland) – including a mega house for his family.


Lotto: Barry C. founds non-profit organization

He and his wife Jenny, 54, also founded the charity The Teddy Bear Foundation to put a smile on the faces of disabled children. But there were concerns from the authorities about the finances.

Barry C. and his wife were exposed to “a lot of stress” and during the “difficult time” he met someone else through work, as he himself reports.



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Lotto: Man leaves his three children and mother after winning

“I have apologized to Jenny and our children and I hope to continue to be a loving father to them as they grow up,” Barry C told The Sun. His children are 17, 21 and 15 years old.

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>>Editor’s note<<

Gambling can be addictive. When gambling behavior gets out of control and becomes a substitute for other personal problems, it can develop into pathological behavior and even into gambling addiction. It is then no longer just about spontaneous leisure time fun, but the game then suddenly takes on questionable functions: avoiding fear, panic, depression and other negative feelings or avoiding problems.

Anyone who thinks they are addicted to gambling or know someone who might be addicted to gambling can get help. For this there is the free and anonymous hotline 0800/1372700. More information on bzga.


Source: Derwesten

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