Judge orders couple behind GoFundMe account for homeless man to appear in court-renew
A search warrant has been issued on the home of
a couple who raised $400,000 for a homeless man.
Kate McClure and Mark D'Amico of New Jersey
started the fundraising account on GoFundMe.
They started it after John Bobbitt used his last $20
to buy gas for a stranded McClure.
But now the veteran has sued the couple, claiming
they’ve used most of the money on themselves.
McClure and D'Amico are accused of buying
a BMW and taking multiple vacations.
Judge Paula Dow said that she wants to see the
defendants in person to question them.
Their lawyer said they want to protect themselves
against self-incrimination by pleading the Fifth.