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‘Lotto lout’ who blew £9,700,000 fortune remarries ex-wife who left him for using prostitutes

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Lottery winner Michael Carroll has remarried his ex-wife Sandra Aiken (PA/Albanpix/Rex)

A lottery winner who squandered a £9.7million fortune has remarried his ex-wife, who left him after he allegedly cheated with prostitutes. 

Michael Carroll, dubbed the ‘Lotto lout’, won the National Lottery in 2002 at 19 and gave £4 million to friends and family, including £1.4m to wife Sandra Aiken.

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But shortly after the couple wed in 2003, she decided she had had enough.

Over the next few years, Carroll appeared in court more than 30 times while a mansion he bought in Norfolk fell into a state of disrepair.

He has admitted he wasted millions on cocaine, gambling, prostitutes and drinking two bottles of vodka a day.

Sandra previously said she left him because he ‘was frittering away £10million on drink and drug binges and was cheating on me with prostitutes.’

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But she has now forgiven the self-styled ‘King of the Chavs’, with the couple re-marrying last Saturday in a small ceremony, according to the Daily Record.

LOTTERY 3 Winner...Handout picture from Lotto of 19-year-old father-to-be Michael Carroll, from King's Lynn, Norfolk, announced on Monday 4 November 2002 as 9.7 million winner of Saturday's draw. Michael and his girlfriend Sandra Aikin, also 19, are expecting their first child on Christmas Day. The couple are now planning to marry and buy a house together. PA Photo....A...UK
Michael Carroll won the National Lottery in 2002 at 19 (PA)
The scene of devastation at the home of Lotto lout Michael Carroll, The Grange in Swaffham, Norfolk. Carroll has managed to knock 350,000 from the value of the property in the six years since his 9.7million lottery win. Re MASONS story MNLOUT: Lotto lout Michael Carroll has become a loser in the property market - after turning his 500,000 mansion into a 150,000 ''bomb site''. Former binman Carroll, 25, bought the sumptuous six-bed home complete with pool and five acres of land for 320,000 in 2002 after scooping the 9.7million jackpot. But the The Grange in Swaffham, Norfolk, is now a wreck after years of wild parties and stock car races in the garden. The heated outdoor pool is now a swamp of rubbish, all the interior fittings have been stripped out and the garden is littered with tyres, hubcaps, broken computers and glass.
Carroll’s former mansion in Norfolk (Masons)

A friend told the newspaper: ‘Mickey’s calmed down a lot and has been living quite a nice wee life and working hard.

‘Him and Sandra buried the hatchet and got back together and it has all worked out well for them.

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‘It happened very quickly in the last few months but they fell right back in love and are really happy together now. What’s in the past has been forgotten about.’

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Albanpix/REX/Shutterstock (1122309h) Michael Carroll and his swimming pool with the Rangers badge tiled into the floor Lottery winner, Michael Carroll outside his derelict home 'The Grange' in Swaffham, Norfolk, Britain - 11 Feb 2010 'Lotto lout' Michael Carroll won a ?9.7million Lottery jackpot in 2002. He bought The Grange for ?340,000 and and spent a further ?175,000 on a swimming pool and famously had a demolition car track in the garden, he is now selling the derelict property at a ?265,000 loss. After eight years of excess, he is now claiming job seekers allowance.
Carroll inside his old swimming pool (Rex)
The mansion was left in a state (Rex)
Carroll’s former mansion in Norfolk (Rex)
Lottery winner Michael Carrol arrives at Swaffham Magistrates in Norfolk for sentencing, after seemingly going to the wrong court. Magistrates in Swaffham were told Michael Carroll and his solicitor had gone to the Magistrates Court at King's Lynn by mistake. Three weeks ago Carroll, 20, of Swaffham admitted having 19.7g of cocaine plus a number of other drugs offences.
Carrol was dubbed the ‘Lotto lout’ (PA)

The former binman was jailed for nine months for affray in 2006, having notched up 42 previous offences since 1997.

He was declared bankrupt in 2010.

By 2013, he was broke and homeless, so he returned to his native Scotland and worked in a biscuit factory and then a slaughterhouse before landing a job as a coalman.

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