NJ Woman Sentenced To 3 Years In Prison After Raising $400K+ In GoFundMe Scam She Claimed Was For Homeless Vet

Katelyn McClure, the New Jersey woman who raised more than $400,000 in online donations after falsely telling people she was helping a homeless veteran, has been sentenced to three years on state theft charges.

McClure, who didn’t appear in court on Friday because she is serving a federal prison sentence in Connecticut, now faces a state prison term that will run concurrently, CBS News reports. The 32-year-old, who worked with the transportation department, is also barred from working again as a New Jersey public employee.

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