The payout of a multi-million dollar lotto jackpot has been frozen by a Judge in Indiana. It's all because of a hairy situation between some stylists and the person who claims to have won the cash.
Ray Steele from FOX News Radio affiliate WIBC in Indianapoplis reports:
A Judge in Indianapolis ordered the Indiana State Lottery Commission to hold on to the nine and a half million dollar jackpot that was awarded two weeks ago. The winning ticket was brought to the Lottery Commission by Christina Shaw who says she bought it for herself. Not so fast, said seven of her co-workers at a hair salon. They say Christina bought the ticket as part of their lottery pool. Now that the jackpot is on hold, the attorney for the seven says they'll try to work out a settlement with Ms. Shaw. If that doesn't work, it's back to the courtroom.
In Indianapolis, Ray Steele, FOX News Radio.
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