SIBLINGS won the Powerball lottery jackpot but went home with only 35,000.
Chanthavony and Daravone Boulany, the siblings, won a $100,000 prize on July 24th.
They agreed to split the profit, WSOC-TV reported.
They bought a $3 Power Play ticket that matched the four white balls and the red Powerball win of $50,000.
The prize doubled to $10,000 when the 2x multiplier was hit.
After taxes, both received $35,625 each.
Families often fight when it comes to the lottery.
A man sued his brother after he claimed his $1 million lottery win, and the two were forced to split the prize.
The Pennsylvania half-brothers faced off in court after both claimed they were entitled to the money.
Ira Sharp said he gave his brother Charles Meehan $20 to buy a Hot Million instant ticket and they agreed to split any winnings, according to his attorney.
His attorney further claimed Meehan tried to hide the ticket to keep the $1 million prize, Reuters reported.
According to Meehan’s attorney, the two never agreed to split the money, but he wanted to help his half-brother by giving him some of the money.
However, due to the court proceedings, he now “no longer wants to help his brother”.
The pair battled before a jury, which eventually decided the brothers should share the award.
Another man sued the state of California after claiming he was told his $63 million jackpot ticket was too damaged to accept.