Found this from 2011:
PokerStars confiscates $500k from underaged player
A peculiar case has emerged in the wake of Sunday's record-breaking Sunday Million tournament. 6th place finisher "zeurrr" was found to be underage and has now had his $500,000 prize money confiscated.
Sunday's fifth anniversary Sunday Million tournament on PokerStars will go down in history as one of the biggest online events ever to be played with nearly 60,000 runners and a massive $12 million prize pool.
The tournament eventually was won by "Bdbeatslayer", who took home a Lamborghini Gallardo and $671,093 after a nine-way deal was struck on the final table.
Also getting a piece of the deal was "zeurrr", who ended up cashing $518,402, but a peculiar case is now unfolding in the wake of the historic tournament, leaving "zeurrr" completely empty-handed.
The instance occurred as a Dutch newspaper tried to phone up "zeurrr" - whose account was registered from the Netherlands
- only to get in contact with the player's father.
The father then claimed that it was him, not his son, who had won the money, and this lead the newspaper to investigate the case further.
It finally turned out that the father was indeed covering for his son by claiming he was the winner, as the son himself was only 17 and as such not legally allowed to play on PokerStars.
PokerStars initiated an investigation of the circumstances, and today is was confirmed by a Dutch representative from the site that the prize money has been confiscated as "zeurrr" was not old enough to play in the first place.
The odd case has since spurred wild debates on 2+2 with among others Tom "durrrr" Dwan defending the young winner, arguing that underaged players do not hold any significant edge over their opponents, and that they should therefore be allowed to play.
PokerStars nonetheless seems decided in the case, and it is now speculated that the confiscated prize money will be distributed among the rest of the tournament winners.