Mega Millions winner says she hasn't seen ticket
MARYLAND (KGO) -- A multi-million-dollar mystery took another turn today. An attorney for a Maryland woman who claims she won part of the Mega Millions jackpot admits he hasn't seen her winning ticket.
Mirlande Wilson first claimed she bought one of Friday's three winning tickets for herself. Then, she said a co-worker bought it solely for her, while that person also purchased tickets for a larger pool of employees at the McDonald's where they work.
Wilson's attorney blames all the attention for driving up his client's blood pressure. "What we're hoping that will happen in this instance is that there is a certain amount of privacy is entitled to, as well as her children, her family, and her relatives, and we're hoping that everybody understands that and you all go home," they said.
Wilson has also changed her story a few times on where the ticket might be.
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