Euromillions winner Gillian Bayford has sued workmen after they fitted the wrong type of toilet in one of her homes.
The Carnoustie woman netted £148 million in 2012 with then husband Adrian Bayford.
Ms Bayford is recently thought to have bought a 19th-century castle in Fife.
She became embroiled in a court case with Dundee-firm Tayside Construction Limited (TCL), after hiring the company to renovate three bathrooms in one of her homes in January.
A sheriff decided in her favour and ordered the company to pay her damages of £35,000, but TCL went into liquidation last month – meaning she may never see the money.
Court papers state that the work was to be done to a “high standard using premium-quality fixtures and fittings”.
But Ms Bayford said they fell behind schedule and the work was of an unsatisfactory standard.
Among the complaints is that TCL apparently used “wall-hung WCs when she had specified floor-mounted WCs”.
A quantity surveyor concluded TCL had completed work worth £36,370 but the company received payment of £51,491. Gillian then paid another firm £34,875 to finish the job.
TCL deny the allegations, claiming its work was good and that the lottery winner changed her mind midway through the process.
On Thursday September 20, TCL representatives did not turn up to a hearing in Dundee Sheriff Court, which heard the firm had filed for voluntary liquidation on August 8, leaving Sheriff George Way to rule in Gillian’s favour.