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Million-dollar sibling suit over lotto win comes to a close
OTTAWA -- If your brother won $16 million playing the lottery and gave you a measly $25,000, would you be bitter? Leila Nahas denied that's why she remembered -- two months after she celebrated the $32 million Samir Haddad shared with his barber five years ago -- that she'd contributed $1 towards the winning ticket. He'd given their three brothers a total of $500,000, a lawyer for the hardwood flooring installer turned multi-millionaire argued Friday at the civil trial where she's seeking $8 million. "She knew to the penny how much the brothers got," Lawrence Greenspon said. "They get 20 times more than she got but she didn't resent that -- no, not much." Nahas had earlier stormed out of court but returned to hear him say she's torn apart her family -- many crowded behind Haddad -- then complained she's suffered "like the child who kills her parents then complains about being an orphan." But her lawyer argued the fact the well-off woman pursued the lawsuit despite family pressure bolsters her credibility. "It's not for the money," Ian Stauffer said. "It's that she wants fairness for an agreement she reached with her brother." Nahas claims Haddad came into her Rideau St. smoke shop before the June 2008 Lotto 6/49 draw. In a conversation -- which her husband testified he overheard -- they agreed to split one ticket and that she'd share in another he'd buy with his barber, Mike Dettorre. She said she wrote the numbers from an old ticket Haddad and Dettorre had played before on a piece of paper. Despite taking a limo with her brother to Toronto to collect their cash, she said she only realized the winning numbers were on the paper when it fell from a deep pocket in her wallet as she shopped in August. "Mrs. Nahas trusted her older brother," Stauffer said, assuming the avid lotto player and the barber won with another ticket. Haddad denied visiting his sister's shop in the days before the draw or discussing buying any ticket. He said he couldn't have shown her the numbers on the old ticket because it was tucked behind the mirror at Dettorre's barber shop. The barber, Haddad's best friend according to Nahas' lawyer, testified that's what they did with every ticket they shared over 35 years. "She hadn't contemplated that when she made up her story," Greenspon contended.