It's literally become the autistic boy hate letter heard around the word, and its making headlines news for its disturbing content aid at a child who is just 13-years-old.
That child in question is named Max Begley, who was on the receiving end of ugly criticism and hateful words from a neighbor of his family.
The neighbor, who describes herself as an enraged mother who's tired of the noises that Max makes due to his autism, penned a letter on pink printer paper that calls out Max's mother for a variety of things, including moving to the neighborhood where the houses are in such close proximity to one another.
In the letter, the neighbor goes off on Max’s mother, questioning why she would choose to live in a neighborhood so close to other people and families if her son makes so much noise everyday because of his autism.
“Crying babies, music and even barking dogs are normal sounds in a residential neighborhood! He is not,” reads the letter.
The letter then suggests that Max is a “hindrance” to everyone in his life. The “pissed off” mom then writes the following:
“Who the hell is going to care for him?”
As if it couldn’t get much worse, the letter then suggests that Max’s autism will cause him to never get employed and never be loved by a woman. The angry mother then suggests that Max’s mother should “euthanize him” if they choose not to move from their residence.
In fact, according to this neighbor, doing either of those options would be the “right thing” to do.
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