US homeless fundraiser: GoFundMe campaign 'based on a lie' - BBC News
US homeless fundraiser: GoFundMe campaign 'based on a lie'
The US protagonists in a viral fundraising campaign for a homeless man have been charged with theft by deception and conspiracy. Kate McClure and Mark D'Amico raised more than $400,000 (£313,000) for homeless ex-marine Johnny Bobbitt.
New Jersey Couple's GoFundMe Campaign To Help Homeless Man 'Was Predicated On a Lie'
A homeless veteran's heartwarming story led to a $400000 GoFundMe. Prosecutors say it was a lie.
Couple, Homeless Vet Scammed People Into Donating Thousands With Viral Fake Story: DA
Published on 16 Nov 2018 at 12:12AM