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canada goose A judge has frozen half of a $1.2 million lottery prize after a Nova Scotia woman sued her nephew claiming she only put his name on the ticket for 'good luck' Kelly McLaughlin Aug. 29, 2018, 12:50 PM Barbara Reddick announced she was suing her nephew, Tyrone MacInnis, at the photo-op when they were supposed to get their winnings. Margaree "Chase the Ace" Barb Reddick sued her 19-year-old nephew Tyrone MacInnis after the pair won a $1.2 million lottery jackpot in Nova Scotia last month.Reddick, 57, said she put MacInnis’s name on the July ticket for “good luck” and agreed to split the winnings if they won a consolation prize.Before MacInnis claimed his half of the jackpot, she claims she had planned on giving him $150,000 in winnings.A judge has frozen MacInnis’s half of the winnings until he and Reddick resolve their feud. A judge in Nova Scotia has frozen half of a $1.2 million lottery jackpot until a family feud between the woman who bought the winning ticket and her nephew is resolved. Barbara Reddick sued her nephew Tyrone MacInnis last month after the grand prize of a “Chase the Ace” lottery drawing was split between the two of them. Reddick, 57, said she had put 19-year-old MacInnis’s name on the July ticket for “good luck,” and agreed to split the winnings if they won a consolation prize. But then the pair ended up winning the $1.2 million grand prize www.rkliedtke.de , leaving them each with $611,319.50. “He was lucky, but not for half a million dollars,” Reddick told the National Post. Reddick had bought $100 worth of tickets for the charity drawing in Margaree Forks, Nova Scotia, Global News reported. During a photo-op with Chase the Ace in July, Reddick announced she was taking MacInnis to court over the half a million dollars he was taking home, according to Global News. She followed through with the claim and filed a lawsuit in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court in Port Hawkesbury. Reddick hasn’t spoken to her nephew since the July 12 drawing, despite viewing him as a son before the win, according to CBC. “He broke my heart canada goose parka sale ,” she said. She said that before MacInnis claimed his half of the jackpot, she had planned on giving him $150,000 in winnings. On Monday, Justice Patrick Murray froze MacInnis’s winnings until the case is resolved. MacInnis and Reddick have agreed to a September 17 settlement conference. Read the original article on INSIDER. Follow INSIDER on Facebook. Copyright 2018. Follow INSIDER on Twitter. SEE ALSO: Scientists say winning the lottery does make people feel better about life — even though decades of evidence suggests otherwise NOW WATCH: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales: There's going to be an 'enormous backlash' against Donald Trump's lies canada goose parka