Saturday, March 21, 2015

James Robertson, Detroit Man Who Walked Miles to Work, Makes Life Changes

A new home. New money. A new car. New friends.
And some old friends who aren't friends anymore.
In the days after his sudden fame, walking man James Robertson moved twice in three weeks so that he could elude those hounding him for money — ultimately filing a personal protection order against his landlady, who was also his ex-girlfriend.
Detroit police helped move Robertson after his two windfalls — the $360,000 in tax-free gifts donated by total strangers on three GoFundMe pages, and a $35,000 metallic-red Taurus given to him by a local auto dealer. Authorities weren't taking any chances after an 86-year-old lottery winner was found dead in a vacant Detroit house last month, six weeks after family members said he'd won a $20,000 prize.
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As Cyndi sang, "Money Changes Everything..."

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