Case closed: By putting the paper stock on Milliner’s ticket under the microscope, Lottery officials proved that Milliner’s ticket was purchased at a different 7-Eleven store.
A man who had a scheme to try and get $63 million from the SuperLotto Plus organization without deserving the money has had his plot foiled.
The judge has dismissed the case earlier this month, thus breaking Brandy Milliner’s dreams of becoming a multi millionaire.
The lawsuit in which he says he is entitled to recieving $63 million from SuperLotto Plus is a loosing bet on his side. Lottery officials have stated that no one ever came forward to claim the prize.
The winning ticket which is also the largest California Lottery jackpot ever to go unclaimed was bought on the 8th of August 2015 at the one of the many 7-Eleven stores in Chatsworth.
Deputy Attorney General Neil Houston wrote in the court papers that plaintiff Milliner’s ticket was purchased at a totally different 7-Eleven store.
By putting the paper stock on Milliner’s ticket under the microscope, Lottery officials proved that Milliner’s ticket was purchased at a 7-Eleven store on Leimert Blvd. in Los Angeles.
Further exploration proved that Milliner bought his ticket on the 10th of July 2015.
Milliner stated that he had purchased his so called jackpot winning ticket at the Chatsworth 7-Eleven while he was on that street picking up a friend from his workplace on the 8th of August 2015.
But lotto records have proven that the real slip was in fact purchased at that same store during the day before.