DENVER (AP) — The Colorado attorney general says the man behind Boobies Rock and Say No 2 Cancer misled donors and customers around the country into thinking more of their money was going to breast cancer charities.
Attorney General John Suthers has filed a complaint saying Adam Cole Shryock only sent a little bit of money to legitimate cancer groups while using funds to buy a BMW, subscribe to an online dating service, and pay bar tabs.
A phone number listed for Shryock wasn't accepting messages Tuesday.
Boobies Rock Inc. and Say No 2 Cancer have disabled their websites since a Denver judge issued a temporary restraining order last week restricting operations.
The Colorado complaint follows similar investigations by attorneys general in Indiana and Illinois.
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