Hollywood leftist Alyssa Milano has been spotted driving an expensive luxury car just days after she took to social media to beg for $10,000 in donations for her son’s baseball team trip.
Milano was slammed on social media for sharing a GoFundMe asking for $10,000 in donations for the trip.
However, after crying poverty to her supporters on social media, the multi-millionaire former actress has been spotted driving her fully loaded and customized 2023 electric Porsche Taycan 4S.
The exclusive luxury sports care is worth an estimated $200,000.
On Saturday afternoon, Milano and her 12-year-old son Milo Bugliari were seen visiting a PetSmart in Los Angeles.
According to the Daily Mail, they took a couple of puppies home with them.
The idyllic scene inside the pet store was in stark contrast to the turmoil the former Charmed actress set off earlier in the week.
Last week, the Democratic Party operative asked her 3.4 million X followers for contributions to help send Milo’s Little League team to Cooperstown, Ohio.
People wondered why a Hollywood actress worth an estimated $4 million, and married to a powerhouse agent at CAA, David Bugliari, 43, would have to beg for $10k donations from her fans of more modest means.
According to Myron Grombacher, the Internet Sales and Lease Retention Manager at Porsche Woodland Hills, the British Racing Green paint job on Milano’s car is custom, or “paint to sample,” color.
The paint job alone costs almost $14,000.
The Paint To Sample (PTS) option is a way for Porsche clients to have complete control over the color customization of their cars.
It seems that it is cheaper to send her son’s entire Little League Team to the mid-west than it is to paint the Bugliari’s sports car.
After looking at photos of the Porsche, Grombacher said a “nice version” of the Taycan retailed for around $158k.
However, Milano’s car is “nicely optimized” with extras like the custom paint job which would drive the cost far higher, Grombacher noted.
This Porsche seems to have replaced Milano’s Tesla.
She ditched the Tesla in 2022 as a “protest” over policies she didn’t agree with on Elon Musk’s X.
X owner Musk is also the CEO of Telas, causing many leftists to abandon their expensive electric vehicles over the social media platform’s free speech agenda.
On November 26, 2022, Milano posted: “I gave back my Tesla.
“I bought the VW ev. I love it.
“I’m not sure how advertisers can buy space on Twitter.
“Publicly traded company’s products being pushed in alignment with hate and white supremacy doesn’t seem to be a winning business model.”
While her VW never seemed to make its public debut, this electric Porsche sports car has been her main way of getting around for the last 14 months, according to an insider.
For her part, Milano has defended her GoFundMe by saying she has donated to the team, buying uniforms and paying dues for the kids who are in financial need.
As of right now, the BIRDS 12U Travel Fund has raised $11,150, thanks to Alyssa with 322 donations.
Some people are just donating $5 so they can make a cutting or funny comment that the woke actress will read.
The most common is “Trump 2024” but there is also, “Spoiled Anti-American Begging For Your Money” and “Doesn’t Alyssa Have Enough Money.”
Alyssa and David married in 2009, and live in a $2.5 million, five-bedroom mansion in the upscale gated Bell Canyon community with their son Milo, and daughter Elizabella, nine.
Both kods go to expensive private schools in the LA area
She posted the GoFundMe to X Thursday, writing: “My son’s baseball team is raising money for their Cooperstown trip.
“Any amount would be so greatly appreciated.”
Criticism poured in on social media, including from one X user who wrote: “I’m sure she’s getting residuals as we speak.”
“Why isn’t Alyssa Milano paying for the trip for the whole team herself?” wrote another.
“Why is she asking for money from people who can barely buy groceries.”
Another social media user wondered: “Do rich people really just completely lose touch with reality.
“She has people living paycheck to paycheck pitching in for her son. WTF has happened to us.”
“You’re a rich actress in Hollywood and you’re begging for money for your kid?” snapped an X user.
“Pay for it yourself you miserable t***.”
“#AlyssaMilano would like to know if people could also donate to pay for her toilet paper and possibly her snacks,” wrote another.
Alongside a gif of Chris Rock joking “I identify as poor,” another X user wrote: “Alyssa Milano when it’s time to pay the bill.”
In 2018, Milano attended a gun control rally where a National Rifle Association (NRA) member confronted her security guard, asked if he was armed, received no answer, and was escorted away from the scene.
In September 2020, after vocally supporting the “defund the police” movement, Milano and her husband were accused of calling 911 on what she purportedly believed was an armed stalker on her property.
The authorities descended on the area, including seven Ventura County Sheriffs’ vehicles, a K-9 unit, and a police helicopter.
It then emerged that the “gunman” was, in fact, a neighborhood kid playing with a toy air gun.
Milano staunchly denied making the initial 911 call, insisting that a neighbor of hers had been the first to ring the authorities.
However, Milano admitted in a statement to Fox News that, after the neighbor made the first call, her husband followed up on the phone with first responders in order “to check on when police would be arriving.”
During the same year, she was mocked online for posting a video in which she used a detangling brush on her wet hair and caused some of it to come out.
She attributed the issue to having contracted COVID-19.
She then blamed her Covid infection on members of the general public who refused to wear masks and get vaccinated.