Katelyn McClure, 29, is a high school graduate student in Burlington County, New Jersey.
McClure ran out of gas and was stranded on Interstate 95 in Philadelphia. The homeless man, Johnny Bobbitt Jr., supposedly saw and gave her his last $ 20 for gas.
McClure and her then-boyfriend, Mark D'Amico, posted on the "good deed" on social media, featuring a Bobbitt on a highway ramp. They are now starting to make a goFundMe campaign to raise money for the homeless man.
CNN has reached out to Bobbitt's commentary, but has not heard back.
Both Bobbitt and McClure agreed to testify against D'Amico In Burlington County, there is no reason to be afraid to go to court. Burlington County grand jury for a possible indictment.
Both McClure and Bobbitt pleaded guilty to federal charges in early March.
D'Amico is not currently facing federal charges.
McClure's lawyer said she had tried to stop the GoFundMe and D'Amico would not let her.
"Mr. Amico is the real agent provocateur in this matter."
Kate Bobbitt, "said McClure's attorney, Jim Gerrow.
"Kate has been strong, She's been devastated by this and has been, but we look at the sentencing in federal and state courts and hopefully we can find enough evidence to convince her out with benign motive, hope to help Johnny Bobbitt and not to enrich herself or anyone else, "Gerrow said.
BMW, handbags and went on trips to Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Nevada, according to court documents.
McClure transferred $ 25,000 from her bank account to Bobbitt's in December 2017, federal prosecutors said. He received a total of $ 75,000 in the campaign, according to Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina.
GoFundMe has been refunded to thousands of people who donated thinking they were giving to Bobbitt. Both Bobbitt and McClure must pay back the money in restitution, at their state court plea deals.
Bobbitt sued McClure and D'Amico, accusing them of using the money raised on his behalf.
"In reality, McClure never ran out of gas and Bobbitt never spent $ 20 for her," according to a US Attorney's Office press release. "D'Amico and McClure allegedly conspired to create the false story to obtain money from donors."
The federal cases have not been settled. McClure could face up to 20 years in prison and a $ 250,000 fine after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. She wants to be sentenced on June 19.
Bobbitt could face up to 10 years in prison and a $ 250,000 fine on the federal charge after pleading guilty to one's count of conspiracy to commit money laundering. He wants to be confirmed at a later date.
CNN's Janet DiGiacomo and Madison Park contributed to this report.