Entertainment Network:

got a tip? call (866) 667 - 2327 OR

E-mail us a tip

Dodger Beating Victim Bryan Stow Spends Thanksgiving With His Family

By Radar Staff

Bryan Stow‘s family has released an uplifting Thanksgiving photo celebrating the beaten San Francisco Giant’s fan’s ongoing recovery, and RadarOnline.com has the encouraging picture.

Stow was so badly beaten by two men in the parking lot of the Dodger Stadium on March 31st that he spent months in a coma.

However the latest update on the website dedicated to the dad of two shows him in his wheelchair, looking happy and surrounded by his family.

“It has been a long time since our whole family was together on Thanksgiving and we could not feel more thankful and blessed,” read the message on www.support4BryanStow.com.

The new image spurred numerous comments on the site noting the 42-year-old’s marked improvement.

“Bryan looks strong and his hair looks fantastic,” wrote one woman making reference to the fact Stow’s hair has now grown back.

PHOTOS: Celebs Who Have Done Jail Time

Another called him a ‘Rockstar’ for his persistence through his lengthy recovery.

Stow, who was an Emergency Medical Technician before the attack, suffered a serious brain injury but is continuing to progress and just a couple of weeks ago was finally able to write his own name.

PHOTOS: Celebrity Mugshots

Louie Sanchez, 29 and Marvin Norwood, 30 have been charged in connection with the attack. Both deny any involvement.


New Suspects In Bryan Stow Dodgers Stadium Beating Case Named

Dodgers Stadium Beating Victim’s Family Not Angry With LAPD For Arrest Mix-Up

Suspect’s Lawyer: We Won’t Sue LAPD For Wrong Arrest In Beating Of Giants Fan