Comments for Park guest sues Universal Orlando after fight breaks out over a stroller

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  1. Glenn

    As a Florida resident that frequents universal this guy is a douche. I’ve seen plenty of inconsiderate guests so things like demand people move for a stroller and I applaud the teen. I myself have “dealt” with people like this and his cries of not enough cameras is just because he lost the fight.

    1. Teev

      Check out John Matava’s recent arrests in CT – believe his story now? And why did he wait until 2019 to file a suit for a 2017 incident? Money troubles, John? Companies defending against stuff like this makes everything more expensive.

  2. Andy

    Yes, yes! Declare the police report. A sworn civil document, is a lie. Good Luck with that approach moron.

  3. alex

    Excuse me but WHY THE F*** is this the parks fault?

    1. Jose

      The police makes no mention of the teen being intoxicated. If he had been in fact drunk. Then Universal may have some explaing to do since they check bags at the entrance.

    2. SEric

      Simple … because they have the deepest pockets and lawyers (most, but not all) are bottom feeding garbage who only care about how much money they can screw someone or some company out of.

  4. Rena

    He probably paid for his universal vacation with all the money he stole from insurance fraud

  5. Illeana

    Matava’s wife was simply being obnoxious and rude to people as she demanded they make room for her to pass and intentionally hit someone with the stroller, or came close to it. The teen (rightfully) responded to her behavior verbally and then Matava stepped in to be the “big man” to “teach the teen a lesson.” Matava got more than he bargained for when the teen clocked him in the nose. Now his ego is bruised and he wants somebody to pay, so he sues Universal Studios. Puh-leez. Hopefully this case gets thrown out with the trash, and hopefully the Matavas learn that you catch more bees with honey, not vinegar.

  6. Sharon

    Why is universal responsible for this? People need to stop crying about the small stuff and they are so sue happy

    1. Janel

      Total BS. My family has been to universal A LOT!. We are from out of town and have never felt “discriminated” against. They have always been Very strict about carding. My husband who is in his 40s and looks well over 21 gets carded every time and even given a limit of 1 drink when trying to purchase a decent sized mixed drink in the Summer, so I call BS on that. Sounds like tough guy got what he deserved trying to be bad ass getting in the guys faceand chest bumping him…he picked the wrong one that day…lol. People can be very rude with their giant Strollers I have witnessed it myself.


    It seems that the man started the fight. I am sure the wife was upset when people didn’t move for the stroller (which got her angry) but they knew that could happen, there is too many people in the park! I’m sure the wife said something which caused the incident and the husband continued to finish the argument!!!! Now he saw $$$

  8. Philip

    All this dude is getting from this is a ton of legal fees. There’s video evidence that his claim is false. What an entitled prick.

  9. Jim

    Maybe Universal should ban strollers as well. Cant stand idiots pushing giant battleships through the crowds demanding they have then right of way.

  10. Ginevra

    If this was the worst day of their lives they are some lucky people!

  11. Ash

    As a Florida resident and Universal annual pasholder, them not checking IDs is bull. I’m almost 30 and I still get carded every time. He’s just being a jerk.

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