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Anonymous Powerball victor to donate portion of jackpot to charity

09 March 2018

The announcement was made during a press conference today at the New Hampshire Lottery headquarters in Concord. Jane Doe was the 11th Powerball jackpot victor in New Hampshire history - and her massive payout is the biggest in state history.

Executive director of the state lottery Charlie McIntyre said the interaction between the anonymous victor and the lottery office hasn't been adversarial.

The victor of a $559.7 million Powerball jackpot had her lawyers claim the winnings Wednesday amid a legal battle to keep her identity secret. The holder of the ticket has since gone to court to preserve her anonymity.

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According to "lottery lawyer" Jason Kurland, only six U.S. states now allow lottery winners to remain anonymous: Delaware, Kansas, Maryland, North Dakota, South Carolina and Ohio. "We recognize the tremendous interest this prize has generated but hope you appreciate our client's desire to maintain a sense of normalcy by keeping her name confidential".

She also described herself as an "engaged community member".

We get it, you're having Powerball victor guilt.

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The woman chose to collect the winnings in a lump sum of $352 million before taxes and representatives from the law firm Shaheen & Gordon, P.A., accepted the giant check from the New Hampshire Lottery Commission on behalf of the Good Karma Family trust.

After learning she had the winning ticket from the January 6 drawing, the woman signed the back of the ticket without realizing that doing so would result in her name and address being made public.

"There are countless stories of other lottery winners who have suffered significantly after receiving their money, many of which could have been avoided if the winners' identities had not been published", the lawsuit states.

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Anonymous Powerball victor to donate portion of jackpot to charity