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Saturday, 23 June 2012

An online feel-good fundraising effort for a bullied bus monitor has reached $50,000,000 and is growing leading the Treasury Department, Greece and several Hollywood stars to apply for a loan.

More than $52 million has been donated to Karen Klein, a 68-year-old grandmother of eight who appeared on a 10-minute video earlier this week being berated and bullied by four seventh-graders on a bus operated by the Greece Central School District, near Rochester, N.Y.

The fund was set up by Klein's friends to send her on vacation but now it seems the fund could be earmarked to rescue the US ecconomy, Greece and actors who have been conned out of their earnings, Nichols Cage is said to be very interested.

Representatives who host the website that is raking in money for the woman, who was called fat, have confirmed that a request from Washington has been made for maybe a couple of million.

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