‘Out Of Touch’: Alyssa Milano Asks X Users To Contribute To GoFundMe For Son’s Baseball Team

‘Out Of Touch’: Alyssa Milano Asks X Users To Contribute To GoFundMe For Son’s Baseball Team

Actress and left-wing activist Alyssa Milano is being criticized online for asking her 3.4 million X followers to consider funding a trip for her son’s baseball team.

Milano, who organized the GoFundMe account under her married name, Alyssa Bugliari, played one of the main characters on the popular TV show “Charmed” from 1998 to 2006 and has appeared in dozens of other shows and movies. She has husband David Bugliari, a talent agent, listed as the fundraiser’s beneficiary.

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“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,” Milano captioned a link to the GoFundMe via X.

Milano has limited replies to the post, which blew up online, garnering nearly 11 million views.

“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!” the fundraiser says, (emphasis in original). “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.”

Some users online criticized Milano for the GoFundMe.

“Imagine being so out of touch that you ask your followers to contribute money to your child’s trip when you have a net worth of 10 million dollars,” one X user reacted. “This is gross. Pay for it your own damn self. #AlyssaMilano #gofundme.”

“Alyssa Milano has actually SET UP the GoFund me. It’s under Alyssa Bugliari (her husband’s surname) and the beneficiary is her husband David Bugliari,” another pointed out. “Two millionaires stay millionaires by asking plebs to fund their children. Amazing.”


“Alyssa Milano has absolutely lost her mind,” one post said. “How out-of-touch and tone deaf can one person possibly be?”

Outkick founder Clay Travis called Milano’s behavior “next level than deaf.”

“Alyssa Milano is worth millions, but she went on Twitter to beg people much poorer than her to pay for her son’s baseball team to attend a travel tournament in Cooperstown, NY. Next level tone deaf,” he posted.

After the backlash, Milano defended creating the GoFundMe via X.

“I’m getting media inquiries about whether I have financially contributed to my son’s baseball team. I’ve paid for uniforms for the entire team and coaches, thrown bday parties and sponsor any kid who can’t afford monthly dues,” she said. “The kids also do fundraising themselves—car washes, movie nights, and many other fun things! Thank you to all who have contributed to the gofundme! You’ve made things easier for these boys and their families.”

Related: Alyssa Milano Thought Miscarriages Were Punishment For Her Abortions, Felt Guilt


Originally Posted on: https://www.dailywire.com/news/out-of-touch-alyssa-milano-asks-x-users-to-contribute-to-gofundme-for-sons-baseball-team
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