Powerball Winner DID NOT Die Of Cocaine Overdose, Partying With Hoes

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  • by: Jeremy Smith

1 of the 3 $1.5B Powerball jackpot winners WAS NOT found in his new multi-million dollar home dead of an accidental cocaine overdose.

32 Year-old James Hugston WAS NOT 1 of the 3 lucky winners to hit the billion dollar jackpot. He DID NOT receive an estimated $327 million lump sum. Now most people are aware it takes 4-8 weeks to collect your money after you put in a claim. But Mr. Hugston couldn't wait and took out a loan from a money lender to start blowing his millions immediately. His first purchase WAS NOT a multi-million dollar furnished home.

Rick Kingston, NOT a close friend of James, DID NOT say he was trying to keep his identity a secret and was doing it well by quickly moving out his 2 bedroom apartment where he lived with his girlfriend, who he DID NOT break up with once he won.

At the NONEXISTENT multi-million dollar home where James Hugston WAS NOT found dead, over a kilo of cocaine WAS NOT found. Close friend Rick Kingston said "James went crazy fast! HE DID NOT first buy this huge house then cocaine and invited over 10 hookers from "Backpage" a website know for prostitution.

It is NOT unclear what will happen with the remaining of his winnings. NONEXISTENT James Hugston only has 1 living family member, his 60 year old mother Melissa Hugston, who has not commented on this FALSE AND NONEXISTENT tragic situation.

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Jeremy Smith is from Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and currently resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is an editor at Lead Stories, www.leadstories.com, mainly focusing on debunking hoax stories. 

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