The owner of a third winning ticket from the US Mega Millions lottery has come forward to claim their share of last month's record-breaking $656m jackpot.
The winner, who bought their ticket from a convenience store just outside Baltimore, Maryland, has chosen to remain anonymous and is the second winner to come forward.
One winner from Kansas has claimed their stake and chosen to remain anonymous too, while a winning ticket from Illinois has yet to be turned over to Mega Millions.
The Maryland citizen has claimed their share, which, according to ABC News, could be worth from $157m after tax.
There will be a press conference held by Mega Millions in Baltimore to discuss the win, which the winner will not appear at.
The journey to find the jackpot winners has been one with plenty of drama as, last week, Mirlande Wilson, a 37-year-old woman from Maryland, claimed to be the owner of the winning ticket, but had 'misplaced' it.
However, Wilson's claim plunged into controversy when her winning claim was challenged by members of a syndicate she was in, who claimed she should share any winnings with them.
Doubts the rose as to whether Wilson had in fact bought the winning ticket, with the Maryland Lottery also questioning whether Wilson was legitimately the winner, but it now appears that another Maryland citizen is in fact the real winner.
The three tickets were the only winners of the largest prize in lottery history, and each will be able to claim their whole $218m prize over the course of 26 annual instalments, or in a lower lump sum of $157m.
Kansas' winner, the first to step forward, chose to anonymously receive the $157m lump sum.