“I say I get rid of my team of lawyers you get rid of yours and Kate and I write you a check,” D’Amico wrote in the message, according to the Inquirer. “Seriously… no bull–.”
Eventually, Bobbitt wound up back on drugs, living on the street and panhandling for food. He’s reportedly getting treatment at a detox facility.
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.
No criminal charges are pending, and a spokesman for the Burlington County Prosecutor’s Office didn’t respond to a request for comment for this story. Neither did any of the attorneys connected to the case or GoFundMe.