Pedro Quezada and Ines Sanchez were living the American dream wrapped in Latin love. The immigrant couple lived together for 10 years, had a child together, built a business together, a grocery story in Passaic, New Jersey, and combined their earnings to live the American dream.
Then Quezada, a Dominican immigrant and father of five, hit the big time. He became the winner of the fourth largest jackpot in Powerball history last spring. All of a sudden he forgot his Latin love who claims she is owed half of the $338 Million lottery winnings estimated to be worth $152 million after taxes.