lol toja The Maryland Mega-nut who insists she won a record Mega Millions jackpot now says sheâ€™s lost the winning ticket â€” but isnâ€™t breaking a sweat looking for it. â€œI have no idea where it is. Iâ€™m not sure I have it,â€ Mirlande Wilson told The Post in her latest tortured explanation of the mystery ticketâ€™s fate. The worldâ€™s most famous McDonaldâ€™s employee incredibly claimed she hadnâ€™t even checked the uniform she was wearing the night she bought it. â€œIâ€™m still looking for it. I havenâ€™t even looked in my uniform pants yet,â€ the flaky single mom of seven admitted. â€œIâ€™m still looking everywhere to find it, in my purse, everywhere.â€ Reuters Mirlande Wilson And she didnâ€™t put her kids to work on the treasure hunt even though they have the week off for spring break. â€œI wanted to look for it, I was crying. She wouldnâ€™t let us. Itâ€™s a lot of money,â€ lamented her disappointed daughter Stephanie, 15. The strange confession is the latest bizarre twist in the unfolding mystery as Wilson, 37, keeps changing her story. The Haitian immigrant set off an international frenzy after telling The Post she had one of three winning tickets in last Fridayâ€™s record $656 million Mega Millions jackpot. If her claim proved legit, Wilson would score an after-tax, lump sum prize of $105 million, or $5.59 million a year for 26 years. At first, she claimed to have the ticket herself before changing her story to say it was in a safe place at an undisclosed location. Then on Tuesday she stunned her colleagues at the fast-food joint by saying sheâ€™d hidden the elusive ticket somewhere in the suburban Baltimore McDonaldâ€™s. Yesterday, she sounded strangely serene despite the ticketâ€™s mystifying disappearance â€” leaving her fate to faith. â€œItâ€s a blessing from God. If itâ€™s meant to be, weâ€™ll [find and] claim the ticket,â€ she said.