MOUNT DORA, Fla. -- A convicted sex offender who won $3 million in the Florida Lottery hasn't made payments on a $150,000 settlement on a lawsuit filed by his alleged victims, according to court records.
A judge has doubled the judgment against Timothy Poole to $300,000.
WKMG reports Poole hadn't made payments in February and March as outlined in the agreement, so the judgment was doubled, as per the pact.
Poole won $3 million with a scratch-off ticket in December.
He was accused in 1996 of sexually molesting two boys, ages 5 and 6. He served three years in prison after pleading guilty to attempted sexual battery.
He maintains his innocence.
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