Charles Ramsey

Charles Ramsey, the Cleveland man who helped rescue three kidnapped women says he is broke, homeless, and needs a job.

Ramsey became an overnight celebrity after he helped free Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight who were held captive for over 10 years by Cleveland school bus driver Ariel Castro.

Donations poured in for the unlikely hero who used part of his windfall to purchase a used BMW for $8,000. Ramsey reportedly turned down offers of free burgers for the rest of his life from more than a dozen northeast Ohio restaurants. He also reportedly spurned a job offer from McDonald's.

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Man says he was first to rescue Amanda Berry

A Cleveland man says he was the first to rescue kidnap victim Amanda Berry from a Seymour Avenue clapboard house where she and 2 other women were imprisoned for over a decade.

Angel Cordero is staking his claim to the $25,000 reward money offered by police for information leading to the whereabouts of the missing girls.

Charles Ramsey, the neighbor credited with rescuing Berry, told CNN's Anderson Cooper that the money should go to the three kidnap victims, Berry, 27, Gina DeJesus, 24, and Michelle Knight, 32.

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