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“Happie End”: The court in New Jersey decided to give the homeless money that they collected for him.

The court in New Jersey demanded from American Kate McClure to give money to the homeless Johnny Bobbitt, which she collected for him in late 2017. This is reported on August 30 local site NJ .

The court ruled that until August 31, McClure gave Bobbitt all the remaining funds, and within 10 days provided a report, where the collected money left.

In November 2017, the homeless helped McClure, when she ran out of gasoline on her way to Philadelphia. The bobbit spent the last $ 20 to buy her fuel. After that, McClure visited him several times to thank him. She handed him warm clothes and food.

Later, she launched a fundraising campaign on the roadfinding platform GoFundMe. She wanted to raise $ 10,000 to help Bobbitt rent a house. As a result, she collected more than $ 400 thousand. McClure stated that with this money she would buy Bobbit a house and a car that he dreamed of.

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In August 2018, Bobbit accused McClure of failing to give him money. She put him in a house on wheels, and instead of a “dream car” she bought him an old pickup truck, which soon broke down.

He noted that both the car and the house on wheels were bought in the name of McClure, so that he could not sell them. Later, she sold the car, so Bobbit was again under the bridge.

McClure said she stopped helping Bobby because he was spending money on drugs. According to her, she gave him $ 25,000, but he immediately spent it. Bobbit confessed that he has a drug addiction. He said McClure gave him $ 15 a day, and the $ 25,000 he gave to relatives and friends.

Now Bobbit lives in a hotel. According to him, McClure and her partner spent the collected money on travel, a new car and gambling.

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