“Using lottery winnings as plausibly exogenous variations in the relative income of peers, we find that the dollar magnitude of a lottery win of one neighbor increases subsequent borrowing and bankruptcies among other neighbors,” a paper detailing the research states.
Placing the blame on lottery winners is a little silly in my opinion. I think it's dangerous to steal people's agency or deny them of it, maybe I'm wrong in holding that view though.
I do think the article is a good general reminder to stay within you means. As well as not compare your material success to others to such an extent that you make fiscally irresponsible decisions.