After discovering her husband hid his lottery winnings from her, a Florida woman demanded he fork over her share of the lottery jackpot.
Donna Campbell became suspicious of her husband, Arnim Ramdass, when he started to keep the television turned off and disconnected the phone line. Her suspicions rose when she found a postcard about a new home purchase.
But Campbell was unaware that her husband was hiding a $10.2 million secret from her until she Googled her husband's name and lottery number. She found a Florida lottery press release that named 17 airline mechanics who won the jackpot, her husband was one of them.
''Here's a guy who for years has spent marital money on the lottery and at casinos, and he's always lost,'' said Bruce Baldwin, Campbell's attorney. ``And now he finally wins, and he's trying to keep it from his wife. That's pretty low.''
According to Campbell, when she confronted her husband, he said he bought the ticket for his daughter from another marriage. (more here)
Aint this some ish? Dude's share came to $600,000 and he clearly didn't want to share that. That's a lot of money, but when you think about splitting it...nah... he had to make it. By the time he resurfaces he'll be broke and in rehab.