Disney Florida gives drunken grandmother a BAN OF LIFE after she cursed families, tried to hit a taxi driver who didn't give her a cigarette and then kicked the cop who arrested her
- Ellen McMillion was banned from Disney Parks in Florida on Thursday
- Stunned woman was arrested for attempting to hit a taxi driver outside of Disney's Hollywood Studios said he had no cigarettes
- Nearby deputies approached and they kicked one of them repeatedly
- She was arrested and charged with disorderly intoxication and battery
- Disney spokesperson said Tuesday that she & # 39; no tolerance for violence & # 39; to have
Disney Parks in Florida has banned a stunned woman who tried to hit a taxi driver after leaving the resort and kicked an arresting police officer when he arrested her.
Ellen McMillion, 53, visited Disney's Hollywood Studios theme park in Bay Lake last Thursday night, a location that often shows her social media.
But she cursed loudly at a security guard and was involved in physical quarrels with two other men, the Orange County Sheriff Office reported.
Now, the Walt Disney World Resort near Orlando will not allow the former histotechnician of the Greater Baltimore Medical Center and the St. Joseph & # 39; s Medical Center to return.
Ellen McMillion, 53, received a prohibition from Disney after allegedly trying to hit a taxi driver because he didn't have cigarettes to kick her and then kicked arresting agents
On the left she is depicted on the day she was arrested and on the right she is depicted during one of her frequent visits
McMillion had visited the Hollywood Studios theme park of Disney in Florida when the incident occurred Thursday night (stock image). Allegedly she shouted blasphemy against families
The New York Post report a Disney spokesperson Tuesday that the Parks, Experiences and Products department of Walt Disney Company & # 39; no tolerance for violence & # 39; has.
McMillion tried to hit a taxi driver because he didn't have cigarettes to give her, the police claim.
A statement states that around 9 p.m. suddenly she raised an arm above her head and tried to hit the driver against the driver.
Delegates intervened after they noticed McMillion screamed at the taxi driver and tried to slap him in attempts blocked by the victim, according to the Orange County Sheriff office.
The woman was reportedly violent after the driver told her that he had no cigarettes because he didn't smoke.
She seemed drunk when officers approached her and had bloodshot eyes.
Not a joke: McMillion (photo) is said to have become violent after the driver told her he had no cigarettes because he didn't smoke
The social media profile of the grandmother is full of pictures of her at Disney Parks over the years
The guard who witnessed the incident tried to intervene by asking if the taxi driver was OK.
The Disney security guard told the police that she did not want to sign a complaint against McMillion, who, according to her & # 39; her words clouded and seemed unstable and (she) had a strong odor of alcohol from her smoke & # 39 ;.
However, the woman found McMillion & # 39; a threat to other guests & # 39 ;.
The arresting officer claims that McMillion would not cooperate until she got a cigarette, threw her wallet and "used foul language and shouted abusive words while adults and children walked by."
Authorities put her in handcuffs, but said she was struggling and trying to pull away when they approached the patrol car.
She kicked an officer at least twice while they hit her against the vehicle.
What would Mickey say? A Disney spokesperson said that she & # 39; no tolerance for violence & # 39; to have
The 53-year-old was charged with disorderly intoxication and battery of a law enforcement officer, both crimes.
McMillion was later released on a $ 3,000 bond.
Cops gave a copy of Disney & # 39; s prohibition message at the time, but on Saturday McMillion posted an image of himself dining in a Disney restaurant.
It is unknown when the photo was taken and has since been deleted.
The Post reported that Disney declined to comment further and said: & # 39; This is a law enforcement issue. & # 39;
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