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The EuroMillions winner, Margaret Loughrey, was in her 50s, scattered a surprising jackpot eight years ago.

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A woman who won 27 pounds was found dead after complaining that money destroyed her life.

The EuroMillions winner, Margaret Loughrey, was in her 50s, scattered a surprising jackpot eight years ago.

He tragically found dead at his home in Strabane, Northern Ireland, this morning.

The police said they did not treat his suspicious death and post mortem would be done in time.

Margaret fits five points and two Lucky stars to win £ 26,863,588 in 2013 – the biggest jackpot that won in Northern Ireland at the time.

He said when he had been to the labor market to get the application form for charity work when he bought a ticket with a will.

Apart from his big victory, Margaret continued to live in his home town and vowed to “spread” cash.

He said before: “There is no point in £ 27 million and lonely. It can’t make me happy, it can only make me happy that everyone is happy and so far everyone is very happy.”

Following his victory, Margaret spreads in a series of property – including pubs, homes and factories.

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But the jackpot caused his life to the Spiral and in 2015, he was ordered to do 150 hours of public services after being punished for attacking the taxi driver.

Three years later, he had to pay £ 30,000 to a former employee for intimidation and fired him on “venuity”.

Margaret then said the victory had “sent him to hell and returned” even though he lived with benefits and unemployed at that time.

He also claimed he was left with only £ 5 million in 2019 and said he had been targeted by thieves.

Margaret added: “Money took me anything but sadness. It has destroyed my life.

“I have six years. I don’t believe in religion, but if there is hell, I’ve been in it. It’s been as bad. I went to Batu Five and a half.”

The police confirmed that they were called to a simple Margaret house after the “sudden death” report.

They added: “Post-Mortem will occur but at this stage, death is not treated with suspicion.”

Local council members Paul Gallagher said: “Margaret is famous and does a lot of good work and charity around the city.

“People are surprised today.”

While the SDLP members for the area, Jason Barr, said: “My thoughts and prayers with Loughry’s family and they are also with Margaret friends. It’s a very sad day.

“Margaret will be well thought out … he has guided and dropped in life like all of us but hopefully he is resting now

 



 



 

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