$188M Jackpot Winner Marie Holmes Served Criminal Summons
Marie Holmes, the North Carolina women who won a $188 million lottery jackpot last year, is making headlines again.
This time, it’s not for bailing her jailbird boo out of jail. She’s been served with a criminal summons for harassing the threatening a woman over the phone.
Via ABC 11:
Marie Holmes, of Shallotte in Brunswick County, was accused in a criminal summons of threatening another woman, Lorna Marlowe, according to ABC affiliate WWAY.
According to the summons filed by Marlowe, Holmes repeatedly called Marlowe on Jan. 10 and threatened to “inflict bodily harm.”
The summons cites two offenses: threatening phone call and harassing phone call.
Holmes made headlines with the string of arrests of her boyfriend, Lamarr McDow, 31, known as “Hot Sauce,” for drug-related charges.
McDow has been arrested several times before and after Holmes hit the jackpot. Most recently, Holmes bailed out McDow on New Year’s Day after he was held on a $12 million bond.
Holmes won a share of the Feb. 11, 2015, Powerball jackpot worth $564 million. There were three winning tickets sold nationally for that drawing. Marie Holmes’ share was $127 million after opting for a lump-sum payment. The after-tax winnings were $87.9 million.
A day after making the alleged threats and harassing a woman, Marie Holmes was put on blast by a woman claiming to be her boyfriend’s sidechick.
In the extremely vulgar video, a woman is accusing the jackpot-winning mother of four of doing everything from performing sexual acts behind buildings to paying women not to sleep with Lamarr.
The video is too much to post on our site. I’m sure a quick Google search will pull the video.
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