Woman Sues Disney Over Comics Behavior

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Woman Sues Disney Over Comics Behavior

TMZ.com is reporting that a woman is suing Disney after an incident at a taping of the Disney show Good Luck Charlie.

Kellie Rodriguez attend the taping of Good Luck Charlie in December with her two children, sister in law, and three nieces. Rodriguez was chosen to participate in a silly dance competition with comedian Ron Pearson who was entertaining the audience.

According to the suit, Rodriguez claims that during the dance “all of a sudden and without warning, Pearson started spanking [her] buttocks with his hands.” She continues, “The unwarranted and unconsented spanking was RELENTLESS and did not cease until [Kellie] physically turned around to stop it.”

She also claims that after the competition, Pearson asked for a kiss on the cheek but he turned his head at the last second and kissed her on the mouth instead. She is seeking unspecified damages from both Pearson and Disney because they “condoned, encouraged or ratified” his behavior by employing him.

What do you think does she have a case?

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Woman Sues Disney Over Comics Behavior

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3 thoughts on “Woman Sues Disney Over Comics Behavior

  1. Get over yourself already and lighten up. Have fun and enjoy life. Lots of people get embarrassed every day. They don’t go out and file lawsuits over it.

  2. If she was unhappy with being spanked, why did she wait so long to turn around? And if she was already upset with him for that, why would she agree to kiss him on the cheek in the first place? I’m pretty sure “I was really embarrassed” isn’t going to be a good defense. Just my opinion.

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