#UK Lottery winner is dumped by his partner... and cut off from the jackpot  #UKnews

#UK Lottery winner is dumped by his partner… and cut off from the jackpot  #UKnews

#UK Lottery winner is dumped by his accomplice… and cut off from the jackpot  #UKnews

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Money actually DOESN’T purchase you happiness! Lottery winner who scooped £10,000 a month for the subsequent 30 years is dumped by his accomplice… and cut off from the jackpot

  • Laura Hoyle, 40, and Kirk Stevens, 39, gained £3.6million cut up over 30 years
  • Earlier this yr the pair revealed their plans to arrange a ghost-hunting enterprise 
  • However Mr Stevens mentioned Miss Hoyle has now dumped him and ‘took the whole lot’ 

A lottery winner who scooped £10,000 a month for the subsequent 30 years has been dumped by his accomplice and claims she has cut him off from the jackpot.

Laura Hoyle, 40, and Kirk Stevens, 39, from Nottingham, gained the jackpot in the National Lottery’s Set For Life draw – a complete of £3.6million cut up over 30 years.

Mr Stevens had been letting Miss Hoyle stay with him at no cost as he ‘did not count on her to pay lease’ so the pair determined she would put £25 every week into the lotto.

The deal paid off for the couple however Mr Stevens claimed Miss Hoyle has now damaged up with him, snubbed him from the winnings and ‘even desires our two canine’.

Kirk Stevens, 39, and Laura Hoyle, 40, (pictured) bought their winning ticket online via the National Lottery app but Mr Stevens said Miss Hoyle has dumped him and taken 'everything'

Kirk Stevens, 39, and Laura Hoyle, 40, (pictured) purchased their profitable ticket on-line by way of the National Lottery app however Mr Stevens mentioned Miss Hoyle has dumped him and taken ‘the whole lot’

Mr Stevens had been letting Miss Hoyle live with him for free as he 'didn't expect her to pay rent' so the pair decided she would put £25 a week into the lotto

Mr Stevens had been letting Miss Hoyle stay with him at no cost as he ‘did not count on her to pay lease’ so the pair determined she would put £25 every week into the lotto

The couple mentioned they deliberate to arrange a ghost searching enterprise and have been photographed holding their cheque – written out to each of them. 

However a yr and a half later Miss Hoyle dumped Mr Stevens, obtained a brand new home, and he says she took the jackpot, The Sun reported.

Mr Stevens, an engineer, mentioned his ex had instructed him the pair would ‘stay the lifetime of Riley’ in the event that they gained however ‘now she’s gone’.

He added: ‘She pulled the plug and took the whole lot. She even desires our two canine.’

Camelot has mentioned that all Lotto wins are paid to a person, even in a syndicate, and instructed the Sun that the profitable account was hers.

She had no remark when she was contacted by the Sun final night time. 

Earlier this yr Miss Hoyle mentioned the pair have been planning to go to Disneyland Paris in the summer time, in addition to ‘a lot of different thrilling locations’, however Mr Stevens mentioned she has since dumped him.

Laura was seen saying she was ‘going to be sick’ in a clip from when the couple gained the draw on March 1, 2021. 

Laura Hoyle (seen in a clip of the phone call), 40, and 38-year-old Kirk Stevens matched all five main numbers plus the Life Ball to win the top prize in the Set For Life draw on March 1 last year

Laura Hoyle (seen in a clip of the telephone name), 40, and 38-year-old Kirk Stevens matched all 5 foremost numbers plus the Life Ball to win the high prize in the Set For Life draw on March 1 final yr

Mr Stevens mentioned he met Miss Hoyle by means of a buddy in 2018 and she then moved into his three-bedroom residence in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire.

Referencing letting Miss Hoyle stay rent-free in his £240,000 residence he mentioned she had requested how a lot lease to pay him however ‘so far as I used to be involved she was my girlfriend.’ 

He added: ‘I did not count on her to pay lease, I did not ask her for a penny.’

The couple are pictured here with their dogs Teddy and Barney but Mr Stevens said Miss Hoyle wants to take the beloved pets too

The couple are pictured right here with their canine Teddy and Barney however Mr Stevens mentioned Miss Hoyle desires to take the beloved pets too

Mr Stevens said he met Miss Hoyle through a friend in 2018 and she then moved into his three-bedroom home in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire

Mr Stevens mentioned he met Miss Hoyle by means of a buddy in 2018 and she then moved into his three-bedroom residence in Hucknall, Nottinghamshire 

The engineer went on to say that the couple had as an alternative made the association that Miss Hoyle would purchase the lottery tickets.

He mentioned the deal was by no means extra formal than that however he did not suppose he wanted something extra as ‘we have been a pair, dwelling collectively in my residence’.

Prior to the association Miss Hoyle had been let go from her job at a logistics agency, so bought her Wolverhampton residence and moved in with Mr Stevens.

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