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What would you do with $5 million dollars? In one man’s case, he might not be able to find out!

Winning the lottery can be a life-changing experience, as it can easily tackle one’s debt and money problems for a lifetime! However, a man from California is suing the lottery after his $5 million winning ticket was rejected because it was bought by his 16-year-old son, who is legally too young to purchase lottery tickets. The man’s argument is that the ticket should not have been sold to his son in the first place, and therefore was a negligent action. What a rough situation! While we can’t take sides here necessarily, we hope this gets resolved as soon as possible.

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