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Breaking Bad star calls out disgusting bullies on Twitter


‘Breaking Bad’ star Aaron Paul has taken to Twitter to voice his anger over a shocking teenage assault case that occurred in Florida just last week.

Its reported that an autistic teen also by the name of Aaron (Hill) was lured to a party by a girl on the pretense of a date where he was then plied with alcohol and taunted. When Hill became intoxicated the party ‘wanted him removed’ and allegedly called upon 18 year old Andrew Wheeler who beat the victim. Video footage circulated on social media sites of Wheeler standing over a cowering Aaron delivering kicks and punches to the head as he cried out for him to stop. Though he has subsequently been arrested thanks to the sickening footage, thought to have been uploaded by the perpetrator himself, outrage has sprung across America. elle-aaron-paul-v-mdn

The hash-tag #JusticeforAaron is trending on Twitter right now by groups of people demanding more justice for Aaron as well as more punishment for those involved. Aaron Paul took to his Twitter page last night to speak about the shocking case which was not only tolerated by those in attendance at the party but also filmed and shared.

‘Dear Aaron Hill, I am so sorry that this terrible tragedy has happened to you. I am at a loss for words. I don’t know you but my heart goes out to you and your loved ones. Our door is always open to you and your family. Come out to LA and get away from it all and take a break. Let us take you to Disneyland or something. Our treat. Just let me know when it is good for you. Keep your head up. Your friend Aaron.’

He also used the opportunity to call out Andrew Wheeler and the others involved.

‘Andrew Wheeler you are a psycho. Do you feel more like a man now? Everyone filming and letting this happen are also pyscho #JusticeForAaron’

Both Aaron and his wife Lauren are huge anti-bullying advocates, with Lauren running her own non-profit anti-bullying foundation – ‘Finding Kind’ which she uses to travel across America speaking at schools about teenage violence and bullying.

Proving once again to the world that he is one of the nicest guys in Hollywood, using his profile for important social issues.


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