Wife of poisoned lottery winner benefits from business deal
There are new revelations about the Illinois Lottery winner who was murdered last July.
Just weeks before Uroo Khan was poisoned with cyanide, he signed an agreement giving his wife his share of a $2$ million dry cleaning company, in the event of his death.
He also made his wife the sole heir to his home in West Rogers Park.
Khan won a $1 million in the lottery in May, and was killed in July.
The agreements mean, the rest of Khan’s heirs will share only a fraction of his estate.