To date, more than 2,000 people have donated almost SEK 200,000 to Inger Nilsson, Pär Sundberg and Maria Persson.
– When I first learned about the collection, I thought it was embarrassing and I got angry. I'm not a victim. I'm not embarrassed in any way. Others do not, says Inger Nilsson in Aftonbladet.
– When it happened, I realized that this is just the way in which fans show their respect. And then he felt better.
Three were paid, but she did not get rich in successful films. Last week, an interview in the Dutch AD with "Pippi" got supporters to chat and start collecting funds online for "exploited children".
Inger Nilsson could not talk to Pär Sundberg and Maria Persson about what to do with money.
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