A Michigan lottery winner is now on probation for welfare fraud.
According to the Detroit Free Press, the 25-year-old woman was placed on nine months of probation Tuesday in connection with a felony welfare fraud conviction for accepting more than $5,400 in food assistance payments after winning a $1 million lottery prize in September 2011.
The woman repaid the money she received for food assistance payments as part of the sentence, according to the Detroit Free Press report.
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