Tourist & # 39; hit Disney employee in the face & # 39; because her FastPass was not valid for Tower of Terror

Tourist, 23, & # 39; slapped the Disney World employee in the face after chopping the row control buttons & # 39; because she was told that her FastPass was not valid for Tower of Terror

  • Jessica Grines, 23, from Chicago, would have slapped a Disney World cast, Taylor Gragert, 23, during an argument on July 13
  • Gragert allegedly approached Grines and the group she was approached with after hearing their dissatisfaction with their invalid passes
  • It is said that Grines has become "verbally aggressive" towards the 23-year-old Disney employee, who used blasphemy when she tried to offer help.
  • As Gragert asked for safety, Grines would randomly press buttons on the employee's podium, some of which could influence the ride.
  • Gragert claims that she has asked her several times to stop, but when she held out her hand to push Grines & # 39; hand away from the control panel, the tourist hit her
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An unsatisfied tourist devastated devastation in the Disney World & Tower of Terror when she was told that her past was not valid for the ride.

Jessica Grines, 23, from Chicago, would have slapped Disney World cast member Taylor Gragert in the face after being told to wait in line like all other guests, said the Orange County's Sheriff's Department.

The incident took place on the evening of July 13 and would have taken place in the pre-ride part of the attraction, a spooky library where guests watch a video presented by "The Twilight Zone" host Rod Serling.

Jessica Grines, 23, from Chicago, is said to have hit a cast of Disney World, Taylor Gragert (above), 23, during an argument on July 13

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Jessica Grines, 23, from Chicago, is said to have hit a cast of Disney World, Taylor Gragert (above), 23, during an argument on July 13

Grines is said to have had an invalid FastPass for the Tower of Terror, giving rise to the unpleasant scenes

Grines is said to have had an invalid FastPass for the Tower of Terror, giving rise to the unpleasant scenes

Grines is said to have had an invalid FastPass for the Tower of Terror, giving rise to the unpleasant scenes

Van Gragert is said to have approached Grines and the group she was with – reportedly relatives – after hearing their dissatisfaction with their invalid passes.

At that time, Grines would have become "verbally aggressive" towards the 23-year-old Disney employee, who used blasphemy while trying to provide their group support.

Gragert asked her several times to stop pressing buttons, but when she held out her hand to push Grines & # 39; hand away from the control panel, the tourist responded by slapping her in the face

Gragert asked her several times to stop pressing buttons, but when she held out her hand to push Grines & # 39; hand away from the control panel, the tourist responded by slapping her in the face

Gragert asked her several times to stop pressing buttons, but when she held out her hand to push Grines & # 39; hand away from the control panel, the tourist responded by slapping her in the face

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As Gragert asked for safety, Grines would have randomly started pressing buttons on the employee's stage, some of which, according to a police report, "could affect the ride."

Gragert asked her several times to stop, but when she held out her hand to push Grines & # 39; hand away from the control panel, the tourist responded by slapping her in the face.

"The family continued to shout abusive words and record her with their phones," the police report says.

Grines would have documented the attack on her cell phone before she ran away with the rest of her cohort. They were all completed shortly thereafter.

Gragert got a bruised and swollen eye as a result of the blunt, police said, but Grines was not charged after the victim refused to report.

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Disney, however, granted some punishment for itself and gave Grines a lifelong ban on all of their parks.

"We do not tolerate unsafe behavior," Disney said in a statement to the Orlando Sentinel about the decision.

The incident took place on the evening of July 13 and would have taken place in the pre-ride part of the attraction, a ghostly library where guests watch a video of "The Twilight Zone" host Rod Serling introducing it

The incident took place on the evening of July 13 and would have taken place in the pre-ride part of the attraction, a ghostly library where guests watch a video of "The Twilight Zone" host Rod Serling introducing it

The incident took place on the evening of July 13 and would have taken place in the pre-ride part of the attraction, a ghostly library where guests watch a video of "The Twilight Zone" host Rod Serling introducing it

Gragert got a bruised and swollen eye as a result of the blunt, police said, but Grines was not charged after the victim refused to report

Gragert got a bruised and swollen eye as a result of the blunt, police said, but Grines was not charged after the victim refused to report

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Gragert got a bruised and swollen eye as a result of the blunt, police said, but Grines was not charged after the victim refused to report

The incident occurred less than a week after similar violent scenes were documented on camera at Disneyland and later collected nearly 2.5 million views on YouTube.

A man was repeatedly slapped in the face of a woman in the park in California after allegedly spitting on him during a fight with another man.

The two men then begin to exchange strokes before another woman is beaten and beaten to the ground in the melee.

"Any kind of violence is unforgivable and will not be tolerated. Those involved were immediately removed from the premises and handed over to the Anaheim police, & Disney confirmed in a statement at the time.

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