WESTMINSTER, Colo. (KDVR) — A Colorado kid has caught the attention of Hollywood A-listers after his story of bullying went viral.
In May, FOX31 featured Brody Ridder, a fifth-grader who signed his own yearbook after he said his classmates refused. A group of high school students stepped in to help, filling Brody’s yearbook with notes of encouragement and friendship.
“So after we met with you guys and did our interview with you guys, a couple national news networks got a hold of it,” Brody’s mother, Cassandra Cooper, said.
His story went viral.
“We started getting even more of an outpouring of support from across the world,” Cooper said.
Brody and his mom say they had to open a post office box to handle…
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