In a short time, Robertson received a new car (a $35,000 Ford Taurus which was donated by a suburban car dealership) and accumulated $350,000 in donations. More exactly, at this moment James Robertson has not yet received the money (this will be next week) but this is the point where his new problems begin. He shortly realized that because he is supposed to have money his neighborhood becomes dangerous. He is in the same area where a 86-old man was killed in December after winning $20,000 at lottery. And people began to ask him money. Robertson no longer felt safe in his home and was forced to contact the Detroit police. Crime-prevention specialists offered Robertson somewhere safer to live and he is searching for a new home.