$30 Million Lottery Winner Believed to be Murdered

Abraham Shakespeare

Where do we begin?  There’s a very confusing mystery developing in Lakeland, Fla., where the sheriff’s department is building a case against a Ms. Dee Dee Moore for the murder of lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare.

This woman has appeared out of nowhere to be a confidante, manager or somethin’ that is unclear to authorities and family members alike.  The sheriff has put her on the extremely short list of “person” of interest.

According to the New York Daily News, prior to winning the jackpot, Shakespeare,43, was living with his mother and was a truck driver’s assistant.  He won the lottery in 2006 for $30 million and took the payout worth $16.9 million after taxes.

The report states that he bought a million dollar home in a gated community, a Nissan Altima, a Rolex from a pawn shop and admittedly he was frugal and on a “tight budget.”

Now Moore pops into the story when he bought his house in 2007.  She bought his house and several other mortgages in his name for a nominal fee and videotaped him saying that he wouldn’t mind getting out of there so he would not have to deal with all the people that had come after him and his money.  Shakespeare was reported missing by a “police informant” November 9.

Moore claims that she took the video for her own security.  That she wanted people to know he just disappeared on his own rather than him being murdered.  She told the media she was interested in writing a book on him and various other tales that appear to be a woman in a panic.

Read the full story here and tell us whodunit?  Also, check out the video report with Fox news that includes her video of him:

8 thoughts on “$30 Million Lottery Winner Believed to be Murdered”

  1. What does him not paying child support and having a battery charge have to do with anything with this story, they made him look like a really bad person so people could feel no remorse about him being missing or murdered.

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