‘Nice Bucket’ donated to Ohio prank victim

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INDIANA  – An Indiana autism center is showering a teen, who went viral after a nasty and fake Ice Bucket Challenge, with messages of support.

The Ohio teen was drenched with a bucket of urine, feces, and spit.

The story prompted the director of an autism center to take action by filling a nice bucket filled with special cards and other treats for the boy.

“As a mom of a child with Autism and just working with these wonderful kids with Autism, it just broke my heart. And I thought, why can’t we send him a nice bucket and it started as simple as that,” Mary Rosswurm, Executive Director at Little Star Center said.

Ohio prosecutors are now reviewing evidence to determine if charges should be filed against the teens in the prank.

To read more about the awful prank, click here. 

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