A LOTTERY millionaire has been accused of growing cannabis after police raided her house.
Officers pounced at the home of Susan Kennedy – who shared a £6.6million win with five fellow fish gutters in 2001 – and her lover James Kyle.
Kennedy, 41, has also been accused of flushing pieces of a cannabis plant down the toilet to avoid detection.
The pair deny all eight charges after the raid at their bungalow in Stranraer.
An insider said: “Susan is denying everything and it has been a difficult time for her.
“It’s fair to say that nothing much has gone right for her since her big win.”
Kennedy was pregnant with daughter Keavy when she and five workmates at Pinney’s Fish Factory in Cairnryan, Dumfries and Galloway, won £6.6million in January 2001.
A year later she discovered her love-rat husband Kevin had used a computer she paid for to have online affairs with 200 women.
A private eye found 200 pictures of different women in the souped-up Subaru his wife had bought the jobless cheat.
Kevin demanded half of her fortune and was eventually awarded £250,000.
After the settlement two years ago, she went back to work selling burgers from her van to factory workers in Stranraer.
Kennedy is charged with letting her house be used to unlawfully make cannabis.
Partner Kyle is charged with producing the controlled drug and being in possession of cannabis at their home.
A trial date has been set for July.
Susan shared the lottery jackpot with fellow salmon carvers Irene McColm, Betsy Love, Tommy McCutcheon, Stephen Muir and Moira Mann.
By Billy Paterson