Eight years ago, Margaret Logri won the m 27 million (€ 314 million) jackpot at Euromillion. Unfortunately, the Irish woman died.
According to Belfast Live, police said Margaret’s death was not considered suspicious. Emergency services were called to Margaret’s home in Northern Ireland at 10:30 am on Thursday, September 2. “Police were notified of the sudden death of a woman in the Polycolman Lane area of Straben on Thursday, September 2,” a Northern Ireland police spokesman said. “An autopsy should take place but at this stage death is not considered suspicious,” he added.
Margaret was unemployed when she bought her lottery ticket. She explained that she went to the bookstore to print her CV as part of a job application and that she had “some extra books” in her wallet. “This time, I was playing,” he said.
Shortly after winning the jackpot, Margaret admitted that the victory “ruined” her life. In 2019, six years after his success, he has already dropped 27 to மில்லியன் 5 million. He explained that he was the victim of several thefts in columns of Irish news. “I will not have peace as long as I live. Even if I do not have a penny, I will not get it. I’m sorry for winning the lottery. Of course I’m a happy person before. I’m a man, all it did was ruin my life,” Margaret explained.
Before hitting the jackpot, Margaret lived on the benefits she earned at 62 pounds (72 euros) a week, and she distributed her money to people in need, as we read in the Irish Mirror.
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