(CBS) — The winner of the largest lottery jackpot in Illinois history is coming forward to claim a Mega Millions prize of $265 million.

CBS 2’s Derrick Blakley pays a visit to Naperville, where the mystery winner lives.

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We’re expected to find out Tuesday how that person is. For now, Naperville is playing the game of Who’s the State’s Newest Multi-Millionaire?

Someone in the western suburb of 145,000 people is $265 million richer. But not everyone is enthralled.

“I couldn’t care less,” says one resident, perhaps because he’s not the ticket owner.

The winning ticket was sold Jan. 16 at a Bucky’s Express BP station in Glendale Heights. It was only revealed Monday that the winner hails from Naperville.

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“I was actually just thinking of the psychological mechanisms of winning the lottery,” says Nicole Mayer, who teaches psychology at North Central College.

“It’s actually a really scary thing,” she adds. “There’s the fear that people are going to be asking for money. These can create awkward situations.”

The Bucky’s Express has already received big bucks — $500,000 — for selling the big ticket.

But the big reveal comes Tuesday.

Making a public acceptance of a big lottery win is required to actually get your cash.

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Of course, that’s a problem most of us will never have to worry about.