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Man Who Won $10 Million Lotto Prize Sentenced To Life In Prison For Murder

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Michael Hill

In a shocking twist of fate, a North Carolina man’s life-changing stroke of luck has now been overshadowed by a murder conviction.

According to the News & Observer, Michael Hill saw his life change when he took a chance on a second scratch-off lottery ticket that was a $10 million winner.

But Hill’s life took a dark turn when a jury convicted him of first-degree murder in the shooting death of 23-year-old Keona Graham, who was reported missing in July 2020, the news outlet reported.

Hill confessed that he was in a relationship with Graham at the time she went missing, and she was later found dead with a gunshot wound to the back of her head. Hill later confessed to the fatal shooting.

The sudden millionaire received a life sentence without the possibility of parole.

Talk about a horrifying change of luck.

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