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Miguel Gomez went from dining with celebs to struggling to find a place to sleep. Can GoFundMe turn his luck around?

A homeless Las Vegan turns to GoFundMe to change his fate

July 2nd, 2015

Miguel Gomez went from dining with celebs to struggling to find a place to sleep. Can GoFundMe turn his luck around?

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