PATTON OSWALT RESPONDED TO AN ONLINE TROLL BY DONATING TO HIS GOFUNDME FOR MEDICAL EXPENSES

Patton Oswalt normally isn't shy about sparring with critics on social media. However, after one man attacked him on Twitter, the comedian responded by essentially paying for his hefty medical bills.

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