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do you swear or affirm testimony you're about to give shall be the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth , Caitlyn the Clore appeared in a New Jersey courtroom on Monday to plead guilty for her role in a scam that went viral the twenty nine year old faces up to four years in prison for duping go fund me donors out of more than four hundred thousand dollars claiming to be raising money for Johnny Bobbitt a homeless man she and her ex boyfriend marked amigo met on the streets of Philadelphia if you create a campaign on gofundme dot com call saying its border post a fake story and set a goal of ten thousand dollars , Laura says she handed me go made up a story that Bob it gave her his last twenty dollars when she ran out of gas and was left stranded on the highway police say the couple appeared on both local and international media to spread the story as widely as possible the paying it forward story that drove this fund raiser might seem too good to be true , unfortunately it was the Clore pled guilty to one count of theft by deception in the second degree she plans to apply for an early release program which her attorney says could allow her to spend only one hundred twenty days behind bars I'm hopeful that %HESITATION both of the federal court in here the judges will have %HESITATION %HESITATION compassion full understanding of what took place the court has already pled guilty in federal court to wire fraud Bob it has also pled guilty to state and federal charges both have agreed to testify against amigo the clerk claim she didn't want to start the go fund me page but was coerced by her ex boyfriend court documents say the pair use the money raised to buy a B. M. W. expensive handbags and to go on trips to Disneyland and Disney world along with multiple casino trips