After photo emerges of Alyssa Milano and her son, 12, at the Super Bowl, fans spot detail that leaves people furious

Alyssa Milano found herself targeted by people seemingly unhappy that she was in attendance for this year’s Super Bowl less than a month after asking people for money as part of a fundraiser for her son’s baseball team.

Actress Milano was pictured alongside her 12-year-old son at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas as the Kansas City Chiefs emerged victorious against the San Francisco 49ers.

Between Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce‘s romance, Usher’s half-time show, and the deluge of commercials and trailers on offer, there was much and more to digest. Milano’s presence, however, did not fly under the radar.

So what’s wrong with a mother and her son venturing out for the biggest day in the NFL calendar, you ask? Well, nothing, of course, except netizens are reportedly up in arms over the fact that the 51-year-old was able to fork out for at least two tickets just days after asking fans for money.

In late January, Milano faced heavy criticism after she shared a GoFundMe page and asked her followers to consider donating to help her son’s baseball team travel to Cooperstown, New York.

The backlash was swift, and, given her net worth, the comments weren’t kind.

“Any amount would be so greatly appreciated. You can read more about the team and make a donation,” she wrote on X.

The fundraiser, which sought $10,000, encouraged people to donate to the “diverse, hardworking and really good” 12U team.

“Alyssa is worth a reported $10 million. And look, having traveled to 3 tournaments last summer in 3 different cities in 3 different states, I get it. It’s beyond expensive. But to ask for donations here given her worth and the fact her husband is a CAA agent is really something,” one user wrote at the time.

“Alyssa Milano needs our help, guys!!! This is serious!! Let’s dig deep,” another user quipped on X.

“I remember when raising money for an extracurricular trip actually meant EARNING money for the trip. You know, car washes, bake sales, recycling drives. Kids actually working for it,” someone else said.

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