*A New Hampshire woman won a whopping $560 million Powerball last month, and after the shock, joy and disbelief wore off, the fear sunk in. Now she is in court fighting to remain anonymous. Thing is, she signed the back of the ticket for safety (I hear you. I do the same thing) and filled out all the other required info before she learned that if she had put the name of a Trust instead, her desire to not be publicly identified would be met.
Now she is in court hoping to change that.
The $559.7 million winning Powerball ticket was sold last month at Reed’s Ferry Market in Merrimack. It is New Hampshire’s second Powerball jackpot winner in the past year and a half, and is the sixth-largest Powerball jackpot on record and the seventh-largest jackpot overall. Lottery officials confirmed the ticket is a winner.
According to court records filed at Hillsborough County Superior Court South in Nashua. by the attorney for Jane Doe (court docs identify her as such), “She has described the signing as ‘a huge mistake.'”
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