Three adults that took part in the Disneyland brawl that happened earlier this month are facing multiple felony charges and misdemeanors.
Avery Desmond-Edwin Robinson, 35, is facing five felony charges and nine misdemeanors for attacking his girlfriend, sister, and brother-in-law. Additionally, the Orange County District Attorney’s office says Robinson is also being charged with endangering four children.
Robinson is facing one felony count of domestic battery with corporal injury, and one felony count of assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury related to the attack on his girlfriend. Robinson is also accused of felony assault with a deadly weapon, two counts of criminal threats, five misdemeanor counts of battery and four misdemeanor counts of child abuse and endangerment.
If convicted, Robinson is said to face more than seven years in state prison. He has been booked into Orange County Jail.
Prosecutors say that on the day of the fight, Robinson threatened to kill members of his family as he drove out of the Disneyland parking lot and assaulted an employee with his vehicle after they were escorted out of the park.
“The Orange County District Attorney’s Office does not tolerate domestic violence or child endangerment anywhere,” Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said in a statement.
As for Robinson’s sister, Andrea Nicole Robinson, she faces four misdemeanor charges of battery for attacking her brother Avery, his girlfriend, and a Disneyland employee. Additionally, the 40-year-old woman also faces one count of misdemeanor assault for attacking her brother’s girlfriend.
If Andrea is convicted, she could face two and a half years.
Andrea’s husband, Daman Petrie, faces one misdemeanor count of battery for punching Avery’s girlfriend in the face. Daman faces six months in jail.
The fight between the family members took place at Disneyland’s Toontown and went viral after video of the event got shared online. After the event occurred, the family members involved denied that the brawl ever took place.
Source: Orange County Register