OnlyFans Model Sparks Viral Debate Making Adult Content at Disneyland

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An OnlyFans model allegedly created adult content during a visit to Disneyland Park and Disney California Adventure Park, inspiring a viral debate.

This isn’t the first instance of inappropriate behavior at Disneyland Resort or Walt Disney World Resort. While some guests argue about dress code rules, others sneak sex toys into the theme parks or create explicit videos in front of hundreds of other guests.

Pixar Pier at Disney California Adventure
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Disney cast members shut down a Magic Kingdom Park ride last year after a social media star was found creating adult content on the attraction. The actress claimed to have been banned from Walt Disney World Resort.

Last week, a video about an unknown OnlyFans model creating adult content at Disneyland Resort went viral, garnering 4.5 million views and over 600 thousand likes. In it, TikToker @niivuh wondered why so many fans supported creating adult content at Disney Parks:

@niivuh

someone say it aint jus me that thinks ts is jus tooooo far 😭😭 #disneyworld #disneyland

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“I just saw a TikTok of a girl making a… OF type of video at Disneyland and the comments was [just] a ton of girls hyping her up,” the TikToker wrote. “As a female, get your bag girl. But at Disneyland? At a children’s place? Is this not extremely messed up???”

“This is where kids go to be kids??” she added. “Why is this normalized??? Is this not borderline [pedophilia]????? Am I the ONLY one who sees an issue with making that sort of content in a setting made for little children???”

Thousands commented, mostly agreeing with the TikToker.

Space Mountain at Tomorrowland in Disneyland Park at night
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“Yeah agreed like love OF do what you need but that is not what Disneyland is for,” said @bunnietracks. 

“No you’re not alone,” @megstudiespsych agreed. “It’s not just at kids places (even tho those are terrible) it’s like..the people around you didn’t consent to being involved.”

Some argued that creating adult content around children could constitute a crime. (California law does have strict guidelines about “lewd conduct” in public, but doesn’t specify that filming OnlyFans content would qualify.)

A guest standing back to back with Chewbacca at Star Wars Galaxy's Edge
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“She can actually get in a lot of trouble for this,” @aj_1021 commented. “You can’t just do sexual things in children areas like parks, school, Disneyland def counts too.”

“It’s actually so weird and gross,” @pacifyamelia agreed. 

Even if filming OnlyFans content at Disneyland Resort isn’t illegal, it’s definitely against the theme park rules. Filming for commercial use or profit without permission is strictly prohibited.

Should Disneyland Resort stop OnlyFans and other adult content creators filming at Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure Park, and Downtown Disney? Share your thoughts with Inside the Magic in the comments. 

Please note that the story outlined in this article is based on personal Disney Parks Guest experiences. No two Guest experiences are alike, and this article does not necessarily align with Inside the Magic’s personal views on Disney Park operations.

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