Georgia Lotto Winner Facing Life In Prison For Investing $3 Million Into Crystal Meth Ring

In today’s “you big dummy” news:

Via NY Post:

Ronnie Music Jr., a 45-year-old Georgia man, is facing a maximum of life in prison after he invested part of his $3 million lottery winnings into a crystal methamphetamine drug ring.

Music, who won the lump sum in a local scratch-off lottery game in Feb. 2015, pleaded guilty in US District Court to the federal drug trafficking and gun charges last week.
Investigators revealed that after he hit it big, Music conspired with others to buy and sell kilograms of crystal meth in Ware County, Ga. and elsewhere.

It was determined that Music was a source of supply for the meth that he purchased for resale with his own lottery winnings, officials said.

His co-conspirators were caught trying to sell about 11 pounds of the drug, which has an estimated street value that exceeds $500,000.

Wow!!! Really?! 3 million dollars gone down the drain…..

I’m pretty sure Uncle Sam ceased any money or assets connected to that $3 million he won via lotto. What do YOU think? Join the discussion. 

Author: brandycavalli

Today's post was by Brandy "Bee" Cavalli. Brandy is an international marketer, freelance writer based in Atlanta, GA.

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