Edwin Castro served with lawsuit at California mansion claiming B Powerball ticket was stolen

Edwin Castro served with lawsuit at California mansion claiming $2B Powerball ticket was stolen

Edwin Castro, the man who won $2billion in the Powerball lottery, was served with a lawsuit clamming that his winning ticket was stolen. 

Castro, 30, was at his new $25million mansion in California Thursday when he was served with the lawsuit.

The winning Powerball ticket was sold at Joe’s Service Center in Altadena, California, for the November drawing that captivated the nation. 

Castro claimed the winning ticket and California lottery officials say he is the rightful owner of the $2billion prize. 

But that hasn’t stopped Jose Rivera from filing a lawsuit claiming the winning ticket was his. 

Edwin Castro was served with a lawsuit that alleges his $2billion winning Powerball lottery ticket was stolen

Edwin Castro was served with a lawsuit that alleges his $2billion winning Powerball lottery ticket was stolen

Castro was served at his new $25million California home, despite lottery officials saying he is the rightful winner

Castro was served at his new $25million California home, despite lottery officials saying he is the rightful winner

Rivera claims a man named ‘Reggie’ stole the ticket and refused to return it, saying it was a dud.

Reggie also reportedly said if it did turn out to be a…

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