Family Hires Attorney After Racist Theme Park Encounter, Lawsuit Likely

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After an unfortunate encounter at a children’s theme park, a troubled family has now hired a lawyer to represent them.

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A recent encounter at Pennsylvania’s Sesame Place amusement park has sparked massive amounts of criticism after a video showed what appeared to be a racist encounter with a park mascot and two children.

The Park has come under fire recently for hidden price increases and now finds itself at the center of an even more pressing controversy and media firestorm. As stated earlier, a concerned mother shared a video of her two daughters watching a parade at Sesame Place, eagerly hoping to get a hug from the Rosita character. Unfortunately, this is not what happened as the two children were quickly turned down, almost as if they were invisible or purposefully ignored.

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Pennsylvania’s Sesame Place is home to a dining experience with Elmo and Friends, over 15 family-friendly rides, a water Park, and entertainment featuring your favorite Sesame Place characters. Now, following the unfortunate incident, the family of the two children in the video has hired a lawyer, and apparently, “everything is on the table.” As shared by TMZ, B’Ivory LaMarr is now representing the family who interacted with Rosita at the Philadelphia park. LaMarr tells TMZ that they want to investigate the incident and interview Guests who were in attendance that day.

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