Washington State lottery winner Justin Anderson won’t win a $1 million prize.
He won’t even be able to take home the big bucks he earned from the state lottery.
The lottery is over for now, but it’s not over for Anderson, a 34-year-old college student from Seattle who earned more than $1.2 million this year.
Instead, Anderson will need to live on as a homeless man in Seattle.
He is one of several winners whose fortunes have been ruined by the state’s lottery, which allows some people to win big.
Anderson has won more than 100 million dollars in Washington State Lottery wins.
He has also had a small fortune that he is now trying to use to help the homeless, according to a report by Seattle Times columnist Jon Entine.
In the meantime, the lottery is running out of winners, and some are now facing eviction from their homes.
The paper reports that, in some cases, winners who were lucky enough to be on the winning team have been forced to move out, while others who were unlucky have been left homeless.
Anderson is one such winner.
He told the paper that he has been homeless since November.
The paper’s report said that in a city where a quarter of the homeless population is from a single-parent household, it was “very, very hard” for people who are poor to get a chance to win.
Anderson, a father of two young boys, said he was “really happy” when he was selected for the lottery, but said he would never again be able as a single parent to help others in need.
“I don’t want anyone else to feel like they have to go through this,” Anderson told the newspaper.
“I just want to live a normal life.”
But not everyone in the lottery industry was happy.
In an interview with the Seattle Times, Andrew D. White, an attorney with the National Coalition for the Homeless, said the lottery was “not doing enough” to help people who were homeless.
“They’re trying to solve problems,” he told the Times.
“They’re not doing enough.
They’re not solving homelessness.”
White said the state had also been shortchanging people in low-income households and had not done enough to prevent the large number of people who have won lottery prizes from being evicted.
The state lottery office told the Seattle paper that the lottery had been working to help win the vast majority of its winners.
It said that it had made $1,846,000 in prize payments to more than 5,500 winners, with $638,000 going to winners with incomes of less than $100,000.
In its report, the paper said the winners had earned more money than they had been earning from their lottery winnings in any year.
But Anderson is not alone.
Other winners of lottery prizes in Washington state this year have been evicted from their apartments, according.
One of them is 33-year old David Burchill, who won a $250,000 jackpot this year and is now living in a homeless shelter in Tacoma.
“The lottery has been good for me.
It’s not good for the homeless people,” Burchil told the local TV station.
“And it’s really sad that they’re going to be homeless, and that they can’t make a living.
I just hope that they don’t get evicted.”
The lottery did not respond to a request for comment from ABC News.