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In 1986, Louise Lavigueur, the only member of the family who did not take part in the purchase of the ticket, sued her father to get a share of the jackpot.
When he got to the Lavigueur house, the eldest son, Yve, answered the door and refused to let him in, not understanding what he wanted.Jean-Guy Lavigueur had been unemployed for a year and a half after having worked for 34 years at United Bedding Company.Murphy came back a second time to meet the father.Lun des Lavigueur senlève la vie Archived at day, LCN, February 13, 2004.Michel Lavigueur aurait eu peur dêtre arrêté Archived at day, LCN, May 22, 2004.Les Lavigueur n'étaient pas des «morons», Le Soleil, December 13, 2007 Dramatique saga de la famille Lavigueur, Le Devoir, December 13, 2007.External links edit References edit Les Lavigueur gagnent le gros lot (TV report), Société Radio-Canada, March 29, 1986.Comics edit From 1986 to 1989, the humour magazine Croc published a monthly satirical comic titled Les Ravibreur, which showed the newly famous family and depicted them as simple-minded, uneducated people.Sylvie chose to remain away from public life.Lex-multimillionaire Jean-Guy Lavigueur nest plus Archived at day, LCN, November 27, 2000.
The main character was easily recognizable as a caricature of Jean-Guy Lavigueur.
Chris Gudgeon, Barbara Stewart, "Luck of the Draw : True-Life apprendre a jouer au poker youtube Tales of Lottery Winners and Losers Arsenal Pulp Press, 2001.Movies edit From 1986, three Dutch movies ( Flodder, Flodder in Amerika, and Flodder 3 ) were translated into joual in Quebec and given the French titles Les Lavigueur déménagent, Les Lavigueur redéménagent and Les Lavigueur, le retour.La vérité une fois pour toute, Métro, Montréal, December 13, 2007, page.Contents, jackpot edit, the Lavigueurs lived in, centre-Sud, a poor neighbourhood.Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing.The new millionaires were Jean-Guy, Sylvie, Yve and Michel Lavigueur, Jean-Marie Daudelin, and William Murphy, with whom the family agreed to share the jackpot.