While most people have thought “if I won the lottery I would ____ ” ,  I'm sure few fill that blank in with “stay on public assistance.”

Amanda Clayton, a 24-year-old from Lincoln Park, Michigan, is one of the few who does, and she is getting away with it. Clayton won $1 million from the Michigan State Lottery this fall, but she is still collecting and using $200 a month in food assistance from the taxpayers with her Michigan Bridge Card.

Watch & see what she has to say to the local tv station catches up with her and confronts her about the situation: