Lottery winner who cut up £22.6m jackpot and purchased citadel was discovered useless alone in flat | UK | News | EUROtoday

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One of the UK’s largest lottery winners who received a £22.6million jackpot along with his pal was residing alone in a modest flat when he died, it has been revealed.

Double-glazing salesman Paul Maddison shared a £22 million jackpot along with his pal simply months after the National Lottery launched in 1994, experiences the Daily Record.

It has now come to gentle that the millionaire, who bought a Scottish citadel along with his winnings, was residing in a £165,000 flat in Perthshire when he died on the age of 73.

After his demise, a good portion of his fortune went to the taxman. Paul and his pal Mark Gardiner made headlines in 1995 after they received the £22.6 million jackpot.

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