Fitness guru Mr Motivator had to abandon a planned raffle of his Jamaican paradise resort after being accused of trying to scam entrants, it has emerged. The TV personality, real name Derrick Evans, 67, has recently returned to TV screens to keep Britain active with live workouts during the coronavirus lockdown. But he said he had been left ‘hurt’ by the allegations, and had genuinely been trying to sell off his £2million home. Fitness guru Mr Motivator, real name Derrick Evans, 67, had to abandon a planned raffle of his Jamaican paradise resort after being accused of trying to scam entrants Mr Evans revealed that he was trying to raise money to return to the UK, where he grew up, to care for his sick daughter Abigail. But after initial flurry of entrants to the competition in 2018, he was accused online of attempting to defraud people of their $30 ticket cost. ‘This guy set up a website saying it was a scam,’ Mr Evans told the Telegraph. ‘He said, “Look, he’s short of money and he’s trying to get people’s money.” 60,000 people saw that and when you have something like that on a site, it spreads like wildfire.’ But he said… Read full this story
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