Last week, New Jersey prosecutors dropped a bombshell: that the heartwarming story of a homeless man who helped a stranded New Jersey woman buy gas with his last $20 was a scam cooked up to generate money via GoFundMe. Now, the lawyer for that woman says she was tricked into participating in the $400,000 scam. In an appearance on Good Morning America, Katelyn McClure's lawyer played a tape (which ABC News notes it hasn't verified) that he says shows "that [her boyfriend, Mark D'Amico] was the one behind this and he was calling all the shots." ABC News characterizes the taped conversation as "a heated and expletive-laced argument in which she put the onus on" on D'Amico
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