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Thats How You Do Her< Now That You Are Rich? 10 Years Live Partner Of Recent Lottery Winner Sues Him For Half
Thats How You Do Her< Now That You Are Rich? 10 Years Live Partner Of Recent Lottery Winner Sues Him For Half

They lived together for 10 years and whne he hit the lottery jackpot he broke up with her and left her down and out, she's fighting back suing him for half his winnings.

New Jersey lottery winner Pedro Quezada, 44, won $152 after taxis in a lottery draw, His long-term girlfriend, Ines Sanchez, was by his side through all of this. Actually she was by his side through much more than that, as the couple shared ownership of a grocery store in Passaic and they also shared a child and a home they lived in together for 10 years. Despite all that, Sanchez had to move out of their shared home recently and has a domestic abuse claim against him that’s pending. And and even though he has garnered massive wealth, Quezada isn’t trying to share it with his long-time love.

According to her lawyers (via the New York Daily News), the ticket was bought with the couple’s shared earnings. That’s why they’re asking for a judge to freeze Quezada’s assets until a fair share of it can be allotted to her (the Daily Mail says she wants half), if it’s decided that she’s owed some of his winnings. Of course, Quezada’s lawyers call it absolute crap. The couple were never married so what he has is NOT hers. But George Cruz, who works in the grocery store that Quezada used to manage (and says the lotto winner hasn’t returned to it since), says that she gave him the money to sustain the place, so he owes her better than this. –

“She helped him with $15,000 to put into that grocery store. She paid for the stuff.

With that kind of money you still got to take care of the wife and kid. G*ddamn, look out for her. Don’t be a hardball. With that kind of money you have to buy her a house.’

He promised a lot of s— to everybody around here and never came through.”

Read more at Madame noire.com


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