Castro, 30, was spotted leaving a Chase bank in southern California on Wednesday while flashing a white envelope as his security guard trailed behind him and into his $250,000 white convertible.
He became rich overnight in February after coming forward as the winner of November’s record-high $2.04 billion Powerball jackpot.
The billionaire styled a long-sleeve Under Armor top, black loose pants and flips flops while beaming ear-to-ear.
Castro appears to be spending wisely. He recently purchased a $4million sprawling home in Los Angeles and another $25million estate in the Hollywood Hills, where his neighbors will be Ariana Grande and Jimmy Kimmel, only days before.
Edwin Castro flaunted his $250k Porsche while leaving the bank on Wednesday. He was seen beaming ear-to-ear-while walking out of the bank with a white envelope
Castro, 30, was spotted leaving a Chase bank as his security guard trailed behind him and into his $250,000 white convertible
Castro’s life changed when he purchased the winning ticket from a local gas station last year.
His identity was revealed at a press conference in February that he declined to attend to remain ‘private.’
California state law requires lottery winners to disclose their full names, whether they want to or not.
But, the billionaire’s life has been on display as his million-dollar purchases have made headlines.
Castro’s recent $4million Japanese-inspired estate is the latest in his property portfolio.
The aesthetically-pleasing five-bed, five-bath home features manicured gardens and a sun-soaked pool complete the home’s exterior, while the inside is decked out with numerous luxury amenities.
His latest purchase comes with its own home theater, private office and expensive artwork, which is sure to be improved given Castro’s hefty new bank balance.
The Altadena home is only a short drive from where Castro grew up.
If Castro tires of the $4 million estate, he is only around 20 miles from his second California complex, which he bought for $25 million just eight days prior.
The sprawling 13,578-square-foot hillside home which comes complete with a full outdoor kitchen, gym, wine cellar and infinity pool.
The billionaire styled black loose pants and flips flops – fitting to California weather
All smiles: The billionaire leapt into his white vintage car with his body guard
Castro appeared to be all smiles with his security guard as they dashed off
Castro became rich overnight in February after coming forward as the winner of November’s record-high $2.04 billion Powerball jackpot
Earlier this month, Castro purchased a $25million home in Hollywood Hills – just outside of his Altadena hometown
He can be seen outside of his home on Wednesday standing next to boxes while carrying a bag
Eight days later he purchased a $4million home in Altadena – adding to his property portfolio
Castro purchased his two homes down the street from his humble one bedroom house in Altadena
Castro bought the winning lottery ticket from Joe’s Service Center in November. The Altadena shop is seen above
After months of anticipation, California Lottery director Alva Johnson announced Edwin Castro was the winner of November’s historic jackpot win. He opted to take a lump sum payment option of $997.6million
His real estate expansion comes after it was revealed Castro is being sued by a fellow California resident who alleges he had the winning ticket and it was stolen from him.
Despite the legal challenge, Castro reportedly finally claimed the $997 million lump sum payout just last month after scooping the winning ticket in November.
At the time of the win, lottery director Alva Johnson said Castro wanted to remain private and had declined an invitation from lottery officials to attend the press conference.
In a prepared statement Castro said: ‘As much as I am shocked and ecstatic to have won the Powerball drawing, the real winner is the California public school system.’
Public schools in California act as a beneficiary to the state’s lottery.
It means the education system received over $156 million as a result of the record-breaking win.