In December, 14 Piqua, Ohio, employees got served with a lawsuit claiming they bilked their fellow lottery pool members out of their share of the winnings from the Dec. 12 $207 million Mega Millions lottery.

The four employees who filed the suit were not at work the day of the drawing, but claim that, as regular members of the lottery pool, their money was used to purchase the group's winning ticket and that an oral agreement specified all participants would share in the pool's proceeds.

According to the Dayton Daily News, the four are seeking compensatory damages estimated at $41.4 million, punitive damages and a temporary restraining order against the defendants.