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There's -- story segment tonight there are two winning tickets won an Arizona the other in Missouri for the 580 million dollar powerball jackpot we don't know who the winners are yet but those folks are in for.
Joining south -- Saint Louis Sandra Hayes who along with some of her coworkers.
When 224 million dollars back in 2006.
From Sarasota Florida Stephen white who won 200 million himself.
-- -- we're gonna show you mr.
way could you get the big Kahuna 63 million after all the taxes in the shenanigans -- -- came into your pocket 63 million dollars.
You are at war or I should say and still -- -- -- -- I'll explain -- a white collar worker -- professional name.
So you get 63 million drop on you what was the worst thing about.
The news media on my front yard.
I -- to be quite honest with you you know we you're going through a huge turmoil.
And all the sudden you know.
Someone who comes from a quiet background all of a sudden I've got you know 45 trucks.
Parked across the street from my house.
It's a little unnerving.
Play all the unintended consequence of these people they go away after awhile.
While what was it consequence of having -- on a public exposure.
Well you know if people and people at least in my case people view us -- -- -- a pariah.
I mean I've had people I've known for 25 years tell me they couldn't stand the sight of me anymore.
Did they say why and that did they articulate why.
Most of them said because I want and they didn't and I kind of said well look it's the luck of the draw -- is flat out -- people we jealous and didn't want to.
Hang around you anymore.
I'm really sad to say that it is and I and I just experience it every day all right.
It's human nature now.
This -- you 16 million not nearly when mr.
-- one but still a substantial amount of money what was the worst part about that for you.
People coming out of the woodwork.
And expecting me to.
Give me my money out -- and give it away.
They should be OK how about -- -- coming out are you what you wore a child services.
Which is what 5060000.
-- -- -- -- middle class woman.
See you win the six million not that's not a fortune it's a lot but it's -- a fortune so people would come up to you.
And say why -- they say.
Well basically -- -- -- 25000.
Dollars a year.
And I did not quit my job right away our received letters phone calls people -- come up to my job and they would have give me stop stories.
And wanting you know excessive amount of money from me I didn't know those people so they announced -- will be no.
So -- actually come up to you and ask you for money I mean that's a very difficult thing.
All right so this pressure upon.
Anybody who wins from other people who want the money that's ultimately mr.
why you invested your money into businesses to expand.
Your economic profile correct has out worked out.
World now I'm not really I mean that the businesses were you know when it happened I kind of sat back for a couple months -- you know like everybody dreams of is retiring.
Well I was forty years old I could retire I've worked hard my whole life.
So I I took what I enjoy the most which is cars and airplanes and created businesses around them.
So that you know they say if you love what you do you never work another day in her life all right so gonna -- -- you financially you know off the work you're comfortable and you doing what you wanna do so that's the good news correct.
That's that's the great news -- surface and for you miss -- how did it ultimately work out what did you do with the money and where are you now.
Well -- retired at age forty -- from my job and I wrote a book how when in the lottery changed my life.
I like to travel.
They'll welcome back -- chronic illness and my -- Hartman has helped my physical condition greatly all right so the money helped do also and you both in a place now.
That's better than before the powerball deal right you both better now than you were before.
-- without question all right -- -- very much we appreciate it when we come right back --
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