Boy bullied for Tony Stark Halloween costume goes viral: ‘He’s just brave’

Jill Struckman, from Missouri, told Fox News that last week, her son Evan decided to dress like Tony Stark for his school’s Halloween party, particularly because Tony Stark is a superhero who dresses “snazzy.”

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“He’s a kid who has always put himself out there,” Struckman told Fox. 

She explained Evan wears a business suit or a tuxedo to school every picture day. 

“Every year, I’m worried all day that he’s going to get picked on,” Struckman said. “And he just usually doesn’t care. He gets looks and whatever, but for the most part, it’s positive. It’s just never an issue.”

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That is, until last week. 

Even though Evan “was just so excited” about the Halloween party, Struckman got a call from the school almost as soon as he arrived. 

10-year-old Evan (pictured) went viral for his bravery after he was bullied about his Tony Stark Halloween costume on the school bus. (Jill Stahl Struckman)

10-year-old Evan (pictured) went viral for his bravery after he was bullied about his Tony Stark Halloween costume on the school bus. (Jill Stahl Struckman)

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