Both names were on the ‘Chase The Ace’ Canadian fundraising lottery game, but Barbara Reddick threatened to take her newhew to court and get back her half of the $1.22 million winnings. The whole saga was seen out on this video. Reddick says, “I'm getting a lawyer tomorrow. Now you can print that."
UPDATE: September 20, 2018: A court proceeding froze half of the winnings until the dispute was dealt with. The family reached an agreement that Tyrone MacInnis, 19, would receive $373,507 – less than half the original amount awarded to him – while his aunt would pocket the bulk of the win, approximately $931,000.
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