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Celebrities with a gambling problem: Charlie Sheen
American film and TV actor Charlie Sheen has a dubious reputation due to several addictions, including compulsive gambling. However, the notorious womanizer claims he doesn’t gamble anymore.
Hard time convincing $6.2 million jackpot winner
The increasing number of lottery scams has resulted in distrust among people. For that reason, New York Lottery officials were having a hard time convincing a couple they had won a $6.2 million prize.
Mystery $50 million jackpot winner finally found
Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. officials have convinced Kathryn Jones that she is the rightful winner of a $50 million jackpot. They even visited the 55-year-old woman at her home in Hamilton, Ontario.
Ex-convict dies broke after winning $27 million Powerball jackpot
David Lee Edwards took home $27 million in cash courtesy of a winning Powerball ticket back in 2001. Twelve years later, Edwards has died at the age of 58 alone and without a dime.
Gambling addict embezzled $1 million from healthcare company
Janice Nieman developed a gambling problem and started stealing money from her employer. The 49-year-old woman used the money to gamble at the Milwaukee-based Potawatomi Bingo Casino.
Operator of illegal gambling den killed during armed robbery
Three criminals have killed a granny who operated an underground gambling business. A spokesperson for the Anderson County Sheriff's Office confirmed that 76-year-old Dorothy Hendrix was shot at her home.