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A British man who won a 101m (approx. $131m) Euromillions jackpot does not have to "cough up" financial support for his son "whenever asked", a court has ruled; spoilt son Michael, 32, was given 1.6m, but funds stopped after an argument regarding Michael and civil partner James' outrageous spending habits; the pair gave up their jobs and spent nearly 1.6m (approx. $2.1m) over two years; the judge ruled that Mr Dawes' previous "largesse" did not give rise to an expectation of further bail-outs via @TBWH91