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Abigail Breslin Claps Back At Anti-Masker For Calling Her Late Father 'Weak' After Dying Of COVID

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Abigail Breslin won’t stand by and let anti-maskers insult her late father Michael! The Stillwater star, whose father sadly passed away after testing positive for COVID-19 in February, took to Instagram on Monday to share a hostile exchange she had with a troll making fun of her for wearing a mask in public.

The comment came after the actress posted a photo of herself wearing a face covering while riding a rollercoaster in Vegas — and being the only one to do so. Related: Betty White COVID Booster Rumors NOT True — Agent Reveals Cause Of Death See the pic that sparked such controversy first: After seeing that photo, a hater commented: The Little Miss Sunshine lead wasted no time clapping back at the troll, responding: She also added: Tell ’em, girl!!

Unfortunately, the user wasn’t ready to log off and instead struck up an argument with two of Breslin’s more supportive fans.

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