INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A group of Indianapolis hair stylists fighting over a $9.5 million lottery ticket are heading back into a Marion County courtroom.
Until Monday morning, a judge said that ticket cannot be cashed. In a hearing set for Monday, a judge will decide what to do with a temporary injunction that has been placed on the lottery winnings.
Back in February, Christina Shaw said she went to buy Hoosier Lottery tickets for herself and her coworkers.
The hairstylists all worked at a place called Lou's on the east side of Indianapolis. Christina Shaw, the woman who bought the tickets for the group, bought the winning ticket for the Feb. 16 drawing, but told the seven others that the winning ticket was one she bought for herself.
At a hearing in March, a judge put what's called a temporary injunction in place to protect the winning ticket from being cashed. At the last hearing back in March, attorneys for Shaw and the seven other hairstylists said they were firm on their positions and were not coming to an agreement on their own.
The next step would be a lawsuit and to go to court to get what they believe is their fair share of the winnings.
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