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In August, a judge ordered the couple to hand over the remaining funds from the campaign.

A judge Wednesday ordered a New Jersey couple who raised more than $400,000 in donations for a homeless veteran to appear in court to explain what happened to the money.

Now, Bobbitt's attorney Christopher C. Fallon, Jr. says he's discovered a total lack of funds during a conference call between attorneys.

It comes a week after Bobbitt revealed there was $A190,000 left with the couple admitting to spending half the cash.

Bobbitt and his attorney say that more $400,000 raised by McClure and her boyfriend in a GoFundMe campaign meant to lift him out of homelessness, has vanished without ever reaching him. McClure said the couple used their own money for the BMW and vacations. The judge also ordered McClure and D'Amico to provide a full accounting of the money they raised.

Now Bobbitt's legal team is asking Judge Paula T. Dow to force the couple to stay in New Jersey, give up their passports and not spend any money from their bank accounts, the Inquirer reported.

They deny claims they have spent any money on themselves and claim Bobbitt spent the first $34,000 (US$25K) transferred to him on drugs, legal fees and giving money to family within 13 days.

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There are conflicting reports from the couple and Bobbitt about how the money was used and whether Bobbitt was a participant or a victim.

In October, Johnny Bobbitt Jr. used his last $20 to buy gas for a woman, 28-year-old Kate McClure, who was stranded on Interstate 95 in Philadelphia.

The story of Johnny Bobbitt led to over 14,000 people to contribute to a GoFundMe campaign. "I repaid him for the gas, gave him a jacket, gloves, a hat, and warm socks, and I give him a few dollars every time I see him".

Bobbitt now says he never wanted the SolAire camper the couple bought.

"There is no money left", he told told newsite NJ.com, adding his client is "completely devastated" by the news.

GoFundMe has deposited $20,000 into an escrow account for Bobbitt while the investigation into the possible misuse of funds continues, according to the Inquirer.

It's unclear how or who spent all the money.

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Speaking about the allegedly squandered money, Fallon told the Philadelphia Inquirerhe was "completely shocked" when he heard the news, which "came as a complete surprise to me".

During an appearance Monday on NBC's "Megyn Kelly Today" show, D'Amico told Kelly there was well over $150,000 left of the donations.

As for Bobbitt's health, Fallon and his team are now working to get Bobbitt admitted into a 28-day drug addiction recovery program to alleviate any concerns. D'Amico said he was kicked out in June and went through $25,000 given to him in a week due to drug issues.

In this November 17, 2017, file photo, Johnny Bobbitt Jr., left, Kate McClure, right, and McClure's boyfriend Mark D'Amico are pictured in Philadelphia.

"We are working with law enforcement officials to ensure Johnny receives all of the funds raised on his behalf", the company said in a statement obtained by multiple outlets. She said his silence has anxious her. They didn't buy Bobbitt's dream vehicle, they bought him different used auto, also registered under McClure's name.

A once inspiring story of selflessness has turned sour, as we've learned that Marine veteran Johnny Bobbitt is apparently back on the streets again, and with empty pockets.

Bobby Whithorne, a spokesperson with GoFundMe, said the company is working with Bobbitt's legal team to ensure he gets support - in the form of $20,000 to a bank account - while the remaining money is recovered.

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