A woman from Florida who won a lottery jackpot of $100 million has lost everything after donating it all to a charity that turned out to be a scam. The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, said that she decided to give away her fortune, saying that money can’t buy happiness.
The woman said that she chose a charity called “Helping Hands”, which claimed to provide aid and support to people in need around the world. She said that she was impressed by their website and their testimonials, and that she felt a connection with their mission and vision.
However, she later discovered that the charity was actually a front for a group of fraudsters, who used the donations to fund their lavish lifestyles and criminal activities. The woman said that she was shocked and devastated by the revelation, and that she felt betrayed and cheated.
“I thought I was doing something good, something noble,” she said. “But I was actually helping some crooks and scammers. They took everything from me.”
The authorities have arrested the leaders of the fake charity, and have seized their assets and accounts. However, they said that it is unlikely that the woman will be able to recover her money, as most of it has already been spent or transferred to offshore accounts.
The woman said that she regrets her decision, and that she wishes she had kept some of the money for herself and her family.
“I was too naive and generous,” she said. “I should have been more careful and skeptical. Money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy security and comfort.”