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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A homeless man whose act of generosity went viral is now suing the people he helped.

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Johnny Bobbit shared his last $20 to buy gas for Katie McClure last year after she got stranded on I-95 in Kensington.

To thank him, McClure and her boyfriend launched a GoFundMe campaign that raised more than $400,000.

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Now, Bobbitt has filed a lawsuit accusing the couple of mismanaging a large portion of those donations.

The couple says they’re worried about giving Bobbitt the money because he might use it to buy drugs.

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A hearing on the lawsuit is scheduled for Thursday.