The Michigan woman who continued to collect food stamps after winning a million dollars in the lottery has been arrested.
Amanda Clayton, who took home a $700,000 lump sum has been charged with welfare fraud.
Clayton told a television station last month, she thought it would be alright for her to continue using food stamps, because she didn't have a job.
She faces up to four years in prison if convicted.
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