Hollywood star Rob McElhenney donates £6k to disabled Brit who needs new bath
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Hollywood actor and new Wrexham AFC owner Rob McElhenney has donated £6,000 to a disabled club fan in need of a new bath.
Aiden Stott created a GoFundMe page on Monday, November 16, after moving to Manchester from Wrexham, north Wales, and having his support cut.
Aiden, who suffers from cerebral palsy and is confined to a wheelchair, needs a new bath so his family can properly can care for him.
In the early hours of this morning, the It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia star stepped in to pay the £6,000 required.
McElhenney, 43, was hailed on Twitter after making the donation.
One user tweeted: “This has just been paid for in full by Hollywood superstar Rob McElhenney. What a bloke.”
Another said: “What a fucking bloke you are @RMcElhenney.”
A third added: “Such an amazing thing to do! Let’s the good times roll!”
He and fellow actor Ryan Reynolds had their Wrexham takeover plans approved by supporters earlier this week.
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The pair shocked the footballing world when their plans to purchase the National League side were revealed earlier this year.
Further details of their ideas have now been revealed, with no fee being paid upfront.
However, the pair have promised to invest £2million, while creating a documentary.
The pair announced the news on Twitter, with McElhenney saying: “We just became owners of Wrexham Association Football.
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“You may have never heard of Wrexham, the racecourse ground or Ifor Williams Trailers, but you will.
“To the Wrexham Supporters Trust, thank you for your faith and trust in us.
“We’re humbled, and we’re already getting to work.”
Reynolds then joked: “Oh f***, this is really happening!”
- In the News
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