NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Three Connecticut money managers awarded a $254 million Powerball jackpot say there’s no fourth participant despite a claim they’re covering for a winner who wants to stay anonymous.

Greg Skidmore, Brandon Lacoff and Tim Davidson work at an asset management firm in Greenwich, one of the most affluent towns in America. They came forward as the lottery winners Monday. A lawyer for the three said they formed a trust to manage the money after Davidson bought the $1 winning ticket at a Stamford gas station.

Thomas Gladstone says he’s landlord for the men’s company. He said today that Lacoff told him they’re representing the winner, who wants to remain anonymous.

But a statement from the men’s trust says there are only three trustees and no anonymous fourth participant.