“Who does that?” LaDonna said. “The funds are needed right now.”
She said she’s called Auburn police and filed several complaints with GoFundMe, but so far has not recieved any money.
“If you’re doing something out of love -- this doesn’t sound like love. This sounds like greed,” LaDonna said.
And DaShawn is days away from needing that love more than ever; he’s coming home next week and will need around-the-clock care.
“These funds were given to my son so I can take care of my son. I was told that my son may not be able to go to work for the next two to three years,” LaDonna said. “So with my son living with me, I take care of him, I feed him, I’ll be the one bathing him, I’ll be the one taking care of his bills and everything else he needs.”
LaDonna asked the public to stop donating to the GoFundMe account. She said she now considers it fraudulent.
An account has been set up through Puget Sound Cooperative Credit Union.