View Full Version : Michigan $1 Million Lotto Winner No Longer Getting Food Aid

03-08-2012, 01:53 PM
Amanda Clayton, who admitted to receiving public food assistance after winning $1 million in the state lotto, has been cut off from state aid, the Michigan Department of Human Services said. The statement followed a report this week in which Clayton, 24, of Lincoln Park, acknowledged to WDIV-TV that she was continuing to get $200 in monthly food aid, given by the state through a "Bridge Card," after her win in September. Clayton did not return a request for comment. Her mother, Euline Clayton, previously told the Detroit News that her daughter was not breaking the law. http://abcnews.go.com/Business/michigan-million-lotto-winner-longer-food-stamps/story?id=15876636

03-08-2012, 01:55 PM
I remember watch MTV back in the day as they did a day in the life of Old Dirty Bast***. The dude had the limo pull up to the food aid office and took the camera crew in yo watch him collect his food stamp. It was unreal.

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