The man whose breasts have grown after taking medication for autism won $ 2.5 million in lawsuit against the company that produced the pills. Austin Pledger, who suffers from autism, was 8 when a doctor prescribed Risperdal, a drug that was not approved by the US Food and Drug Administration at the time. Austin’s breasts began growing after taking the medicine, up to a 46 DD size. Although the prospect specified gynecomastia as a very rare side effect, the young man sued the company producing the drug, saying he was not properly informed. Austin won the lawsuit, and now the company has to pay him compensation of $ 2.5 million.