Michigan lottery winner charged with fraud
LINCOLN PARK, Mich. -- A Michigan lottery winner is being charged with fraud.
25-year-old Amanda Clayton won $1 million last October.
She not only failed to report her winnings, as required by law. She also collected over $5,000 in food and medical benefits.
Clayton defended her actions, saying that she doesn't have a job.
Last week, Governor Snyder signed two bills blocking lottery winners from getting welfare.