Two octogenarian sisters from Connecticut are feuding in court over whether they should share a $500,000 lottery jackpot.
Theresa Sokaitis, 84, of Middletown, and Rose Bakaysa, 87, of Plainville, haven't spoken to each other in years. A trial over how the winnings should be split -- or whether they should be split at all -- began Tuesday.
At issue is the ownership of the prize money. The sisters often used to gamble together, and had a contract that stated they would split all their...Full Story