A New Jersey man is being sued after his giant lottery payday has turned into a target for lawyers.
Pedro Quezada won $338 million in a Powerball Jackpot last spring (about $150 million lump sum after taxes).
He's now being sued by his ex-girlfriend, and mother of their child, Ines Sanchez. The couple lived together for 10 years, though they never married.
Lawyers point out that New Jersey is not a common law state. That means that just because the couple lived together for a decade, the state does not see them as married. Ten states would recognize the couple's years of living together as a type of marriage, and Sanchez would be entitled to part of the winnings.
HLN's Joey Jackson appeared on CNN Monday morning and explained that while she may not get a share of the winnings herself, going forward her child support payments will probably increase.
Shortly after winning the jackpot, ABC News reported that Quezada paid back almost $30,000 in child support he owed. He has five children in all.
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