It was the latest twist in a onetime feel-good story about Johnny Bobbitt, who spent his last $20 to buy gas for McClure when she became stranded on a highway in Philadelphia past year, and the couple who found 14,000 people online who were so touched by his kindness that they donated to a fund to help him start a new life. Authorities were reportedly seen removing bags of items from the residence.
On Thursday, police in New Jersey raided the couple's home, and a new BMW was towed away from the property.
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As for Bobbitt, the couple said he once burned through $25,000 they gave him in less than two weeks. Yet, according to Bobbitt, the couple kept the majority of donations to themselves.
The allegations were used as a basis for obtaining the search warrant, which generally requires a lesser standard of proof than an arrest warrant.
The couple started a GoFundMe campaign last November after Bobbitt gave them his last $20 for gas when their auto broke down on I-95 in New Jersey. "[Bobbitt] tells me they had a Louis Vuitton bag and Chanel sunglasses, a new iPhone 10".
He claims he only received $75,000.
The judge also ordered the couple to appear in court next week. But a day after the deadline passed, a lawyer for Bobbitt said there is no money left to surrender. TV news footage showed D'Amico whiffing a golf club on the lawn as officers carried boxes of evidence out of his house.
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There are an estimated 30,000 rebel fighters still in the area, including some 10,000 al-Qaeda-linked militants. Jeffrey said the U.S.is taking a tougher stance and will not tolerate an all-out attack on the region.
A judge ruled Wednesday that McClure and D'Amico, who say the money is now completely gone, must testify in court as to how they spent the funds raised in Bobbitt's name.
"While we assist law enforcement with their ongoing investigation, GoFundMe is also working with Johnny's legal team to ensure he's receiving support while the remaining funds are being recovered", Bobby Whithorne said in a statement.
"The story initially led to appearances for Bobbitt and McClure on shows like Good Morning America" as well as an interview by the BBC. With the help of pro-bono lawyers, he took his case to court and claimed he'd received about $US75,000 that he spent on a camper, an SUV, and gifts to friends and family. D'Amico has admitted that he used $500 on gambling at a casino, which he paid back. The gesture quickly went viral, and the campaign raised more than $400,000 for Bobbitt, who at the time was living on the streets and struggling with drug addiction.
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At the same time, Apple is already using components sourced from US manufacturers in some of its products. The tariffs would pressure China to stop that behaviour, the administration has said.
Last month, the company announced it had deposited $20,000 to a bank account to help pay for legal fees during the investigation.