Katelyn McClure To Be Sentenced Today In GoFundMe Scam

BURLINGTON COUNTY, N.J. (CBS) – It’s sentencing day in Burlington County, New Jersey for the woman who admitted to organizing a GoFundMe scam. Katelyn McClure is expected in a Mount Holly court Monday afternoon.

Couple, Homeless Vet Arrested In GoFundMe Scam That Raised Hundreds Of Thousands Of Dollars, Prosecutor Says 

She pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges after authorities say she and her then-boyfriend, Mark D’Amico, made up a story about a homeless man giving her his last $20.

‘Unacceptable:’ GoFundMe Refunds $400,000 Donated In Alleged Homeless Scam 

McClure admitted to making a GoFundMe page with the fake story, which, prosecutors say, scammed donors out of $400,000.

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The homeless man, Johnny Bobbitt Jr., was sentenced to five years probation on Friday.