Man in alleged GoFundMe scam appears in court on trespassing complaint

One of the men accused in what prosecutors say was a GoFundMe scam appeared in court Monday on a trespassing complaint.

Mark D'Amico seemed surprised to find a FOX 29 camera waiting for him in municipal court, but flashed a smile before the judge called him forward.

He was in court to face a trespassing complaint brought by the family of his former girlfriend, Kate McClure, who own the Bordentown bungalow where the couple lived and D'Amico remains.

"I would like to talk to the prosecutor. I'm not trespassing," he said. "Alright, so you're pleading not guilty?" the judge asked. D'Amico responded, "Yes."

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D'Amico has kept a low-profile since charged with theft by deception along with McClure and homeless veteran Johnny Bobbitt in the alleged $400,000 GoFundMe scam.

He was peppered with questions from FOX 29's Jeff Cole while waiting 15 minutes for his Lyft ride home. He claimed--with a smirk--he didn't know he'd been charged.

D'Amico is due back in court in mid-December.