This article describes the Powerball, its $40 million dollar jackpot and the tensions that comes with it. Brendon King has claim to be the 15th member of the winning ticket and has now files court proceedings to claim his fair share of the winnings. There has been disagreements over if he won or not, including some that says he did not pay his fair share of the ticket before the draw. Read on to learn more on this interesting story.
- Lawyers will today file proceedings in the Supreme Court of NSW on behalf of production manager Brendon King who claims to be the 15th member of the winning syndicate, but who is taking legal action for his share.
- According to the Daily Telegraph, the ticket holder also has another son who works at Prysmian and is a regular member of the syndicate, and is entitled to his $2.7 million share.
- If Mr King is excluded from the win, the jackpot will be split 14 ways and the ticket holder and his two sons stand to gain a total of $8.57 million.
“THE Powerball saga is for real now, with claims that a son of the registered ticket holder appears to have been given a share of the $40m winnings, possibly at the expense of a paid-up syndicate member.”