Mike Weirsky was confirmed as the Mega Millions Jackpot winner as of late. However, his ex-wife Eileen Murray says the money won't be enough to buy her long-dead affection for him!
Life is extremely hard as it is, however, when you add bitter love into the entire mix, things are sure to get nightmarishly horrifying for both the involved parties. Along similar lines, when a New Jersey lottery winner got a stunning $273 million jackpot, he figured he'd get his ex-wife back in his life almost immediately.
However, his bitter and scorned ex-wife stated that even his recently inflated bank balance won't be sufficient to repurchase her long-dead affections. Mike Weirsky, 54, was affirmed as the Mega Millions Jackpot champ on Thursday, however, his past lover Eileen Murray says regardless she doesn't lament finishing their marriage of 15 years in October.
As per Murray, 53, Weirsky had been jobless on-and-off for quite a while towards the end of their relationship, leaving the greater part of the breadwinning down to her. In spite of the fact that the particular explanation behind their unexpected split wasn't offered, the service organization laborer uncovered she had to pay Weirsky a large amount of cash in the divorce.
Furthermore, she states that she is as yet paying him spousal support income even at this point. Murray says she doesn't assume her former spouse will be generous enough with the lottery money to pay her back, yet regardless of whether he does it won't be sufficient to get back her affection, she told the New York Post.
"He’s not appealing to me all of a sudden because he has this money. I'm not going after anything. I have morals. I know what I've worked for and it's everything that I have, " she stated. Weirsky is probably going to get a stunning $162.5 million lump-sum, having decided on a one-off balloon payment this week.
Furthermore, his ex-wife says she anticipates that he should utilize the cash to help his family and included that she hopes he does the 'right thing'. "Think about it. How long did I work? How long did I support him? I had to give him a lot of money in the divorce. You tell me what’s the moral thing to do," she said.
Additionally, in a press conference on Thursday, Weirsky asserted his ex-wife had called him after the news broke of his recently discovered fortune. Be that as it may, Murray said she never called him and doesn't anticipate addressing him in any way for something like a couple of months.
"He’ll think I’m there with my hand out and I have no intention to do that. I truly wish him well…though I know he doesn’t believe that. I want him to surround himself with good people. I don’t think anybody should be taken advantage of," she added.
"It’s going to change everything because I was unemployed," Weirsky said about the prize fund as he admitted that his first purchase is going to be a Ford Raptor Truck.