NFL Player’s Father-in-Law Sold the Powerball Ticket!

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Tex Hollywood - November 9, 2022

People think that the Powerball is rigged, or some kind of money laundering scheme and I know nothing about that, but I do know that this won't help their case, because an Ex-NFL player Domata Peko's father-in-law sold the winning ticket.

Joe Chahayed owns the store where the ticket was bought and will receive 1,000,000 dollars commission for selling the ticket. The store is in Altadena Califronia. Crazy!

I guess the money laundering for the rigged Powerball ticket wouldn't really be run through an ex-NFL player's father-in-law's store, but I figure he's enough of a public figure to help add fuel to the conspiracy. The rich keep getting richer. Right?!

Peko, a former fourth-round draft pick out of Michigan State, played with the Ravens in 2019. He played in seven games, starting in three of them, and recorded seven tackles. He played 15 seasons between the Bengals, Broncos, Ravens and Cardinals.

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