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Controversial lottery winner's luck running out fast


Now that she's a millionaire, Detroit-area lottery winner and former public-assistance recipient Amanda Clayton is getting a lesson in how the other half lives.


In just a few months, Ms. Clayton has gotten a rough introduction to some of the less desirable aspects of coming into wealth — high taxes, public scrutiny and resentment from much of society.


Read the entire story and Anthony Agbay's interview at Investment News Online



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Controversial lottery winner's luck running out fast