The saga of the GoFundMeCouple who raised $400,000 for a homeless man after he gave them his last $20 for gas just keeps getting worse. A lawyer for Kate McClure and Mark D'Amico has admitted in legal documents that his clients--who he'll no longer represent--will probably face charges after they seemingly squandered the six-figure sum they raised for Johnny Bobbitt on themselves. "(Since) it is expected that one or both of the defendants will likely be indicted, my firm and I will no longer be able to continue our representation of them in this matter," attorney Ernest Badway wrote in a motion to the court. Meanwhile, the 39-year-old D'Amico was arrested Monday night on an outstanding warrant that stemmed from his failure to appear in court in July after being pulled over in October 2017 for a broken taillight and driving with a suspended license. As of Tuesday, D'Amico remained in jail on $500 bail.
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