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‘Rich actress asking middle class to pay for her son’s trip’: Alyssa Milano blasted for GoFundMe page

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Actress Alyssa Milano sparked heated reactions on social media after she posted a request for donations.

The left-wing activist’s name was trending on X with a post on Thursday that has garnered over 4.3 million views. Milano reached out to fans and followers after she set up a fundraiser on the GoFundMe website for her son’s baseball team.

“My son’s baseball team is raising money for their Cooperstown trip. Any amount would be so greatly appreciated. You can read more about the team and make a donation here,” she wrote.

“Here we are with loser Hollywood elitist Super Lib Alyssa Milano and her talent agent husband, David Bugliari, begging, via a GoFundMe, for people to donate money to their son’s 12U travel baseball team so it can make a cross-country journey to Cooperstown, New York to play at the Dreams Park that every travel ball kid dreams about these days instead of playing in Williamsport at the Little League World Series,” Outkick’s Joe Kinsey noted.

The crowdfunding page appears to have been created in May 2023 and has raised $7,225 out of the $10,000 goal. As of this writing, the funds have been raised with 233 donations.

The GoFundMe page, set up by Milano under her married name explains that the “Birds 12U team is coached by two great coaches and our team is diverse, hardworking and really good. We’ve won many championship rings!”

“We hope you will make a donation to keep our team competitive. Your donation will go to travel costs, uniforms, and dues for families. We also might use your donations for pins or novelty items to make our tournaments memorable experiences beyond the field,” she wrote.

The post on X asking for donations went viral, with many reminding the 51-year-old former “Who’s the Boss” star how much she is worth.

Other reactions on X slammed Milano for the very idea of asking for donations.

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