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Police Officer Buys Shoes for Man He Thought was Homeless and Shoeless, Man Later Spotted with Wad of Cash is Not Homeless

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Jeffrey Hillman who was featured on a viral video as a homeless man that received a $100.00 pair of shoes from New York Police Officer Larry DiPrimo is not homeless or shoeless. He has a fully paid for apartment and was  spotted by a reporter with a wad of cash.  He allegedly has 30 pairs of shoes and his brother says he can make a $1,000 a day panhandling on the street.

The New York police commissioner says that he feels Hillman took advantage of Officer DiPrimo’s kindness and generosity. WARNING VIDEO DISTURBING.

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  • Well what can you say to this? The cop is still a good guy for buying the shoes and it was a great act of kindness I would really hope that no one made him feel anything less than that! The guy that took the shoes well now there is nothing to say about him either, he is a vet but that gives him no right to act like he is homeless and beg for money, whether he ask for it or not he knows how he looks and where he is and what he is doing implys that he is indeed homeless so he knows what he’s about shameful as it is! There are people like that, it’s one of the reasons regular normal people have such a hard time trusting and helping the homeless as more times than not they are scamin you in some way or they use the money for dope and before anyone jumps my ass I know this for a fact because I know a lot of people who have done it and continue to do it today!

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