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FILE - In this file photo provided by the Michigan Lottery, Amanda Clayton holds her ceremonial $1 million lottery check. The 24-year-old Detroit-area woman who collected welfare despite winning the lottery prize was sentenced Tuesday, July 24, 2012 to nine months of probation. Attorney Todd Flood says Clayton has repaid about $5,500 in food aid and medical benefits. She pleaded no contest to fraud last month. (AP Photo/Courtesy Michigan Lottery via Detroit News)

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