Here's what the charges were according to a detective's affidavit:
"'He said Tim would sleep in the same bed as him at his house' and perform a sex act on the child. 'He said sometimes Tim would wake him up from sleeping to (perform a sex act).'"
Although Poole claimed he was innocent, he plead guilty and got a reduced sentence of 13 months, which he had already served, for attempted sexual battery. That didn't hold for long, though, because after not showing up to some mandated group sessions in 2003, a judge revoked his probation and Poole was sent to prison for three years.
And while some may balk at the fact that Poole will be getting a lump sum payment of $2,219,807.90 — at least one friend named Floyd Snyder believes Poole, who drives a taxi cab, deserves a break. Snyder said:
"I've known him for years and I've never seen any inclination of anything like that with him. He's a very positive person. Very kind. Giving. I think that's why he won. It's Christmastime and the dude deserves a break."
At least it proves that anyone can win the lottery — right?
Renowned humanitarian Angelina Jolie may not be as kind as everyone thinks she is -- especially when it comes to her estranged husband, Brad Pitt.
As surely know, following the shocking news that the Maleficent star had filed for divorce, the Fight Club actor was painted as a verbally abusive father and a potentially unfaithful partner. Tsk, tsk!