Poisoned Lotto Winner's Widow Claims Estate

Urooj Khan signed an agreement giving his wife a portion of his dry cleaning business, lawyer says.
0:42 | 02/08/13

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The -- of a Chicago man who was poisoned after he won the lottery is fighting for his fortune. Or lose -- died last July police say he was poisoned with cyanide the night before. He was supposed to pick up 8425000. Dollar check for winning the lottery. Lawyers for the white say they have an agreement signed icon who also -- several dry cleaning stores that stated his wife with his benefactor the attorneys say it was signed two months before his death and gives her two thirds of his estate but -- Brothers says the sudden appearance of the agreement is fishy. The family believes the white could have had something to do with -- -- she is currently not under investigation by police.

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