Woman at center of GoFundMe scam pleads guilty

Kate McClure, 28, appeared in court Monday where she pleaded guilty to second-degree theft by deception. She faces up to four years in prison at her June sentencing.
0:28 | 04/16/19

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A woman in New Jersey has pleaded guilty for her role in the scheme that scam donors of out of 400000. Dollars on go fund they. Caitlin McClure will serve four years in state prison and will help repay that money. She made up a story about being rescued by homeless veteran Johnny Babbitt had Bobbitt was sentenced on Friday at five years' probation. The floor will testify against her ex boyfriend who is accused of helping fabricate the story.

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