LINCOLN PARK (WWJ) – A Downriver woman who won a million dollar lottery prize and still accepted food stamps waived her pre-trial hearing Tuesday morning in Lincoln Park District Court.

Amanda Clayton’s attorney John Dakmuk is not saying if a deal is in the works with the state attorney general to keep his client free, but he said restitution has not been ruled out.

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“I can’t get into too much of the details of the case but we are looking forward to putting this case before the court and before the public. There’s a lot more to this case than’s been alleged at this point,” Dakmuk told reporters.

“We’re gonna work with all the parties involved and get the best resolution possible,” he said.

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Dakmuk , 25, won a $1 million jackpot on the game show “Make Me Rich!” and chose a $735,000 lump sum, before taxes, last September.

She is charged with welfare fraud after prosecutors say she failing to inform the state that her income had changed as a result of the lottery prize and a job. The mother of two was removed from the state’s food assistance program after her story became widely publicized in March. She had been receiving about $200 a month in food aid.

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Clayton did not speak with reporters following the hearing. She remains free on bond, but could still face jail time if the case goes to trial.