(FOX NEWS) - A prominent Seattle cancer advocate and fundraiser has been accused of lying about her breast cancer diagnoses while she raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Susan G. Komen for the Cure, KOMO News reported.
Tracy Dart, who has raised more than $400,000 over the past decade for the Komen Foundation, is under fire for reportedly lying about her three cancer spells.
A Washington state car dealer who helped Dart raise thousands to fight the disease said a member of Dart's "Team Tracy" contacted him to reveal that Dart never had been ill.
"She doesn't have cancer--she never had cancer," the representative said, according to Auburn Volkswagen owner Matthew Welch.
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