More Trouble for New Jersey Man Who Defrauded Donors in Homeless Vet Scheme
Mark D'Amico is already in hot water for cooking up a scheme with his girlfriend and an alleged homeless vet to steal money from a fake GoFundMe account.
Now, the Burlington County man faces up to a month in jail for driving on a suspended license between 2017 and 2018, 6abc.com reports.
D'Amico and his now former girlfriend Kaitlyn McClure, teamed up with a homeless veteran Johnny Bobbitt to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars through donations, that the couple then allegedly spent on themselves. All three face theft and conspiracy charges, to which they've pleaded not guilty, though McClure maintains she was just an innocent bystander.
According to NBC Philadelphia, D'Amico told The Philadelphia Inquirer that Bobbitt is the thief, and that Bobbitt spent the dough on drugs.
Bobbitt appeared in court this week to make his official plea, and was released on bail.