Love knows no boundaries. Apparently that’s how Fontella Marie Holmes Feels about her boyfriend Lamar Mc Dow. She won an extraordinary amount in the lottery earlier this year and have been living the life.
However her boyfriend can’t seem to stay out of trouble. Fontella bailed him out earlier this year with the help of a professional bondsman when he had a bond on $3 million dollars which he now has a new bail of $6 million dollars. If you need more information about a bondsman, then you can try here.
The internet has gone wild with many calling her stupid and stating that she will be broke in a year however Ear Hustle 411 thinks she will learn soon enough and make the proper adjustments with her finances.
See what Ashley Morris of Star News Online reported:
BRUNSWICK COUNTY — Lamar McDow, the live-in boyfriend to $188 million Powerball jackpot winner Fontella Marie Holmes, was released from the Brunswick County jail Wednesday after his $6 million bail was posted (about which you can know more if you click to view here), jail officials confirmed.
A bondsman posted bail for McDow and he will now be required to wear a GPS monitoring bracelet, the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office confirmed.
Holmes, who won the jackpot in February, earlier paid $3 million to bail McDow out of jail days after she collected her winnings in a lump sum, leaving her with $88 million after taxes. He had been arrested in November on charges related to several drug offenses, some of which stemmed from a drug seizure last summer of more than 8,000 bags of heroin.
Holmes was cited July 23 on charges of marijuana possession and McDow, a confirmed gang member, was arrested the same day on a weapons charge, according to the sheriff’s office.
Deputies found a small amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia at the home Holmes and McDow share in the Rutledge community in Shallotte, said Emily Flax, spokeswoman for the sheriff’s office. McDow was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm after deputies found a gun during a search of the home.
Also cited for marijuana possession and possession of drug paraphernalia were Damarius Simmons, 21, and Danell McNeil, 31, who deputies said lived at Holmes’ house. A fifth person involved in the incident, Jeffrey Gause, 23, of Shallotte, was charged with resisting a public officer, according to the sheriff’s office.
When she won the lottery, Holmes said she wanted to finish college and travel, and planned to donate to her church and to charities for cerebral palsy, a condition she said her son has.