I won $80m lottery after divorce, but court ruled it wasn't mine.

Richard and Mary Zelasko married in 2004 and filed for divorce in 2011.

During the divorce process, Richard won a $80 million lottery prize (pre-tax).

An arbitrator ruled that the lottery winnings were marital assets.

Mary Zelasko was awarded $15 million from the lottery winnings.

The arbitrator's reasoning was that property acquired during separation is considered marital property.

The ruling was upheld by the Michigan Court of Appeals in June 2019.

Richard's attorney argued that the lottery winnings were solely his luck.

The ticket was purchased in 2013, but the divorce wasn't finalized until 2018.

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