£3.1 Million UK Lottery Winner Buys Son 200 Cigarettes, Gets Sued
A lottery jackpot-winning dad in the UK didn’t make his grown son too happy with what he purchased him together with winnings recently
Winning a lottery isn’t always since lucky as it appears predicated on mounds of empirical evidence and if ever there was evidence that money usually takes relationships and tear them apart, it’s the story of William Robertson and his lottery jackpot-winning father, Alex Robertson.
Alex, age 58 and from Scotland, was the winner that is lucky of £3.1m ($4.8 million) Euromillions jackpot as part of a syndicate of 12 bus drivers, who all shared the £38m ($59 million) reward. But rather than sharing his fortune that is good with 35-year-od son William, the dad just purchased him 200 cigarettes together with winnings. Understandably, his son was a little disgruntled as of this action.
As a result, William wound up presumably harassing his father through text messages as he obviously wanted over a cigarettes that are few. Perhaps a nice platinum lighter could have done the trick?
William Robertson had been arrested after his father advertised that the writing messages had become threatening, but walked totally free recently after Alex didn’t turn up at court to carry the charges out. Alternatively, he could be reportedly residing it into the Spanish resort of Benidorm, where he now resides with his partner Morag.
‘The allegation is one of harassment,’ explained William’s protection lawyer Paul Harkins. ‘It takes the form of three text messages that have been delivered on September 25 last 12 months. Læs mere