LITTLE ROCK, AR - Every lottery ticket is different and in a lawsuit filed against the Arkansas Lottery Commission, so are the stories of the people involved.
"It's just one lie behind the other," said Dewayne Perry.
Perry is the latest to consider joining in - or filing his own - lawsuit concerning tampered lottery tickets at Raceway on University Ave.
Perry believes clerks scratched just enough off of an Arkansas Millionaire's Club game to tell winning tickets from losing ones. Rick Tomboli filed a lawsuit against the Lottery Commission last week after noticing the same problem.
"They're scamming, man. That's what they're doing," said Tomboli.
Tomboli's lawsuit claims there is a "problem in the manufacture" of the tickets. The Lottery Commission came forward saying the tickets were not flawed in the printing process, but that "we simply have lottery tickets which were scratched by someone, possibly in violation of the law."
Fox16 spoke exclusively to the Raceway clerks fired after the tampered tickets were reported
"It had a little scrape on it or whatever he was like it looks like its been tampered with," recalled Clarence Walker, former clerk for Raceway. "I was like well I don't put the tickets in. I don't know nothing about that."
But Perry's biggest concern is the game is still on store shelves, today.
"I think it's going on at more places than just that store they just haven't been caught," said Perry.