The story of Marlinde Wilson, who claims she has the winning Mega Millions ticket, should serve as a wake-up call to many of those who do office pools.
The single mother of seven said she’s not obligated to share the winnings with the McDonald’s employees who claim they chipped in money for the winning ticket.
In 2008, four people from Ohio sued their co-worker when they found out he tried to say they didn’t chip in on the winning lottery ticket.
Newsone’s Terrell Jones has just written a piece on why he thinks office pools should be eliminated.
Read the rest of the column here.
- Whoopi Defends Elisabeth Hasselbeck Against Racism Claims: 'She Never Asked Me to Pick Cotton' (Watch)
- Jaden Smith Drops Video for New Track ‘Scarface’ (Watch)
- Boy, 8, Youngest to Receive Successful Double Hand Transplant (Watch)
- Woman in China Pushes Child to Safety Before Falling to Her Death on Escalator (Video)
- Future Scores First No. 1 Album with ‘DS2’; Tyrese's 'Black Rose' No. 3
- Sherri Shepherd Returning to 'The View' as Contributor
- Drake Claps Back at Meek Mill in ‘Back to Back’ (Listen)
- Tyler Perry ‘Keeping the Peace' Between Houston, Brown Families
- WATCH: 'Mega Fest of the West' takes overs Long Beach with Celebs & Gospel Artists!
- Raven-Symone Says Caitlyn Jenner’s Moving ‘Too Fast, Too Soon’
- Discover More Stories on EURweb: Click Here