Poisoned lottery winner’s family demands share of estate

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A family feud is growing, over the Illinois lottery winner who was poisoned to death last summer.

Urooj Khan left no will; but before he won a million dollars, Khan signed an agreement leaving his chain of dry cleaning stores to his wife.

Monday his family filed an emergency motion in probate court, demanding that his 17-year-old daughter from a previous marriage get half the money.

The assets in Khan’s estate are now frozen until a court hearing next month.

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