There’s been an absolute outrage after a fake GoFundMe page was set up to “help” the family of Clodagh Hawe.
Clodagh was tragically killed when her husband Alan Hall murdered her and her three children before killing himself in a family home in August in 2016.
Clodagh’s mother Mary and her sister Jacqueline Connolly appeared on Claire Byrne live last Monday evening.
Subsequently it emerged on social media that scam artist set up a despicable GoFundMe page in the family’s name in efforts to try and scam the public out of money.
Clodagh sister was forced to tweet that it came to the families attention that someone set up a fake GoFundMe page. She said for people to please ignore the the fake GoFundMe page as herself and her mother would never in a million years accept money from anyone on the back of their grief.
Jacqueline went on to say that they informed RTE of the development and that they have been assured that it would be shut down.