Barb Reddick of Nova Scotia and her nephew had a public feud over a $1.2 million Chase the Ace prize that made national headlines. After the big prize from a Cape Breton charity fundraiser was shared between the two, Reddick sued her nephew Tyrone MacInnis.
MacInnis’ name was on the ticket for good luck, according to Reddick. She also indicated that if they won the consolation prize but not the jackpot, she agreed to split the prize money.
Chase The Ace’s winner Barb Reddick has stayed lowkey ever since her public dispute with her nephew. She hasn’t posted anything on her social media page since 2018. Reddick’s controversy over the lottery in Margaree Forks, N.S., had gained widespread attention.
The video of Reddick telling her 19-year-old nephew she intended to take him to court quickly went viral on the Internet. They settled their dispute in the court in 2019 splitting the lottery money. According to an emailed statement from Reddick’s lawyer, Adam Rodgers, the two parties have reached an agreement on the $611,319.50 in question.
In which MacInnis would receive $350,000 and Reddick would get $261,319.50, for a total of $872,639. The details of Barb Reddick’s age are unavailable on the Internet. Alongside any of the facts related to her personal life, the details of her husband is still a mystery. Reddick got public attention after her controversy with her nephew over the lottery money. The news was all over the media and people from all over the country knew about the dispute. She has stayed far from the media’s reach ever since they settled the dispute in the court.