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When Kate McClure ran out of gas, Johnny Bobbit, a homeless veteran, helped her by giving her his last $20. McClure and her boyfriend Mark D'Amico decided to repay him by starting a GoFundMe account, which quickly raised $400,000. Now, Bobbit is saying that the couple has misused the funds and that they have not handed over his money. D'Amico says after Bobbit ran through $25,000 in 13 days, he didn’t feel safe handing over the rest of the money. The couple is now taking measures that they hope will help them separate themselves from Bobbit, while managing Bobbit’s money.