Powerball winner continues fight to remain anonymous

Lawyers for a New Hampshire women who won the January 6th, $560 million dollar US Powerball Lottery will be in court today arguing she should be allowed to remain anonymous.

The woman argues it wasn't until after she signed the ticket, she learned she could have kept her identity secret if she wrote the name of a trust on the back instead.

But lottery officials say they have to process the ticket just like any other.

The woman has yet to claim the prize.

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