- Some of the articles on this incident refer to it as "bullying". I don't think it quite fits the usual definition, but I think it puts people in mind of a very real variety of childish / adolescent bullying directed specifically at disabled kids. Mimicking someone's odd appearance, voice, or movements is just the sort of "innocent" razzing that escalates fast, to the point where a kid will spend years learning to not hate his or her body, and parents who desperately want their kids to get a complete education will start to think that separate schools might be not just equal, but better ... simply for an anticipated end to bullying.
What do you think? Is there more to this story, or is it mostly just another example of famous people behaving badly?