If I won $560 million dollars, you better believe I’m hiding from the world too. Recently, a judge ruled that the New Hampshire woman who won the Powerball didn’t have to reveal her identity. According to him, revealing her name would be an invasion of privacy. With that being said, he did rule that the name of her hometown could be released publicly. The Powerball gets people by detailing online the fact that signing your winning ticket gives them permission to release your name. Taking the matter to court, her lawyers said that her privacy is more critical and important than the state’s right to release her name. Someone, somewhere in New Jersey is livin’ large without anyone else knowing. Now that’s how you win the lottery. Oh and speaking of the lottery, shout out to this woman’s craving for chicken wings.
By: The Point Staff
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