She certainly deserves the maximum sentence. In the original TV interview, she was absolutely indignant that she had done anything wrong and that she deserved every penny of that food stamp check.
But it will be a slap on the wrist, as it’s her “first offense”. A piddling fine, something in the order of a week’s worth of the interest on her lottery winnings, and “probation”, i.e., a warning that if she’s ever again on food stamps and wins another multi-million dollar lottery, she will eventually inform the state.
And what part of "entitlement" don't you understand?
I bet she has/does a lot of things that most of us would consider luxuries, even before her lottery win.
We have to pay for her necessities so she can spend on her wants.