Aaron Paul Invites
Family of Boy With
Autism Who Was Beaten
By His Peers to
Just when we thought we couldn’t love him more, we learned Aaron Paul’s heart is even bigger than his smile.
The Breaking Bad actor has won us over by inviting Aaron Hill—a 16-year-old with autism who was beaten ruthlessly by another teenager at a party by his peers—and his family to Disneyland.
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.
The younger Aaron’s story went viral when a video of the ruthless attack circulated on the Internet. The 34-year-old actor was among the supporters demanding justice on Twitter.
Eventually, the police arrested 18-year-old Andrew Wheeler and Evadean Lydecker Dailey in connection to the attack in Florida.
In a statement, Aaron Hill told police Andrew “choked him for so long that he passed out and, when he came to, [Andrew] was pummeling him.”
The Emmy Award winner had a letter for the alleged attacker as well—and it definitely was not an invitation to the happiest place on Earth!
“Andrew Wheeler you are a psycho. Do you feel more like a man now? Everyone filming and letting this happen are also psycho [sic],” he tweeted. “#JusticeForAaron”