Former Girlfriend Of Lottery Winner Wins $1 Million Of Her Own!

A lottery winner's former girlfriend, and mother of his child, has won $1 million of her own on a scratch-off ticket. 

The story of Abraham Shakespeare's murder three years after taking home $17 million, captivated the nation. Shakespeare picked up his winnings in 2006, then, when missing three years later. In 2010, police found his body under a concrete slab in Plant City. 

Deedee Moore is serving a life sentence for Shakespeare’s murder. She befriended him after he won the lotto.

Now, Antionette Andrews, Shakepeare's former girlfriend and mother of 16-year-old Moses Shakespeare, is celebrating another win. 

Andrews won $1 million from the $20 Monopoly scratch-off.  She has chosen to receive a one-time payment of $770,000. 

Another of her sons, Raheeme Dumas, said she’s too scared to talk on camera but still excited that she won big.

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