The 13-year-old son of British EuroMillions winner Adrian Bayford was seriously injured in a tragic accident last week. The boy was riding a quad bike in the large garden of his father’s large villa when he was hit in a car by his 15-year-old sister. Both carriages were apparently a gift from their father, local media reported.
Cameron, 13, suffered serious injuries last Monday and was transported by ambulance helicopter to a nearby hospital in Cambridge. There he would fight for his life in the intensive care unit, report the same media. He was riding a quad bike in the yard around his father’s villa in the Cambridge area when he was hit by the car his sister Aimee was driving. The boy would have fallen off his quad and through a fence. The 15-year-old girl then raised the alarm.
Friends of former postman Adrian (49) tell British media that he strongly blames the tragic incident. He would have given the quad and car to his children. “He had his son and daughter drive around the house in those vehicles. While his daughter is too young to drive a car on public roads.” Adrian and his ex Gillian have not left their son’s hospital bed since the accident.
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The accident is part of a list of sad events since the multimillion-dollar profit of Adrian and his – then – wife Gillian in August 2012. Then the British couple won the biggest jackpot in their home country. With a profit of 190 million euros, it was the largest prize pool in Europe at the time and the trees grew to heaven for the British family.
Adrian and his wife Gillian had themselves filmed en masse immediately after winning the jackpot. They realized then that it was impossible to just give away money without people telling their secret. They would divide their fortunes mainly among a small but close group of relatives and friends. They would also donate large sums of money to charities. They would continue Adrian’s small record store in Suffolk in the east of England.
Fifteen months later, however, the marriage between the wealthy couple broke down. Gillian moved to Dundee, Scotland, and found new love with an Audi salesman. He continued to live in their posh seven million mansion in Haverhill. Adrian, in turn, met a new woman in 2014. With the then 29-year-old horse lover Sam, he kept about thirty purebred horses worth around 300,000 euros, which the woman took with her at the beginning of 2017 when their love had also cooled.
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